Goose Lane Editions is ecstatic to announce that not one, not three, but SIX of our amazing titles have been nominated for awards in the past week!
September 17th is our favourite day of the year: I’m Buying an NB Book Day!
As a national publisher based in New Brunswick, there’s only one thing we love more than amplifying local voices to both national and international stages, and that is seeing people read and love these books as much as we do!
Fall release season is just around the corner at Goose Lane Editions, and we couldn’t be more excited to share the diverse and vital titles that we have the pleasure to publish. This fall, we have works that examine the reality of global inequities, capture a world affected by COVID, and revisit one of the biggest art fraud cases in the country. These are the books that have made us laugh and made us cry. We can’t wait for all of our amazing readers to experience them with us.
Between Emancipation Day, la fête nationale de l'Acadie, and — for us here in Fredericton — Pride, August has been a month of reflection on the diversity and history of our communities. Whether somber or joyful, stories are the most important way for us to share our experiences and come together as a community.
We’ve put together a list of some of our books that explore our communities. These books address places of the past which continue to be felt in our present, newcomers who have embraced and been embraced, and hidden histories that should not be forgotten.
If you’ve seen Brit Happens, you’ve seen this T-shirt, which James is sporting on the cover. And yes, it’s super soft, 100% cotton, and available (in limited quantities) in sizes small, medium, large, and extra-large.
If you’re headed to any of James’s tour stops — in New Brunswick in August or in British Columbia in November, now is the perfect time to pick up a Brit Happens* T-shirt.
Banner photo credit: Tyler Warren Ellis