Junction Books is an independent publisher based in the Junction, Toronto, Canada.

Chapbooks and Merch

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Hello Friends! You are now able to buy chapbooks from our website! You can find Retreats by Karen Solie, Flood Lands by Faye Chisholm Guenther, and Anima Canadensis by Sonnet L’Abbé available for purchase on the Chapbooks page. We have also set up a Merch page where you can buy a Junction Books T-shirt, as well as Junction Books book darts. Thank you for all of your support!

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bpNichol Chapbook Award

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Junction Books is excited to announce that Sonnet L’Abbé has won the bpNichol Chapbook Award for Anima Canadensis! Thank you to Meet the Presses for all the work they do in administering this award, and thank you to the donors of the award. Anima Canadensis has been reprinted and is available for sale in the Chapbooks section of our website. You can find the official notice here. Congratulations Sonnet! &nbsp

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The Puritan magazine has published a review of Sonnet L’Abbé’s Anima Canadensis on their Town Crier blog. Thank you to Adam Mohamed and the folks at The Puritan for shining some digital light on Sonnet’s chapbook

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Retreats by Karen Solie

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The title of Karen Solie’s chapbook is Retreats. It will be available at the Indie Literary Market on November 18th. We hope to see you there. Here is the cover for Retreats… 

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2018 Chapbooks

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Junction Books is excited to announce our 2018 chapbook titles! Conversing with Wang An-shih by John Reibetanz You don’t want what I’ve got by Triny Finlay At Home in the Mountains by Kristjana Gunnars Work Until You Find Resistance by Alexandra Pasian We look forward to working on these manuscripts over the fall and winter. The chapbooks will be printed and available for purchase in the spring/summer of 2018. Thank you to all of the writers who took the time to submit their manuscripts to Junction Books

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Junction Books will be doing a second printing of Sonnet L’Abbé’s Anima Canadensis, which has been shortlisted for the bpNichol Chapbook Award. Chapbooks will be available at the Indie Literary Market on November 18th. There will be lots of excellent indie publishers and publications to check out, including the other shortlisted chapbooks and publishers, so we hope you will join us there

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2017 bpNichol Chapbook Award

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We are very excited to announce that Anima Canadensis by Sonnet L’Abbé has been shortlisted for the 2017 bpNichol Chapbook Award. Thank you to the sponsors of the award, as well as the folks at Meet the Presses for all the work that they do to run the award. Congratulations, also, to all the other shortlisted writers and publishers

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Fall 2017 Chapbook

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Junction Books is excited to announce that we are publishing a new chapbook by Karen Solie this fall. The chapbook will be available at the Indie Literary Market on November 18th! Please drop by the Junction Books table to pick up your copy of this limited edition chapbook

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2017 Indie Literary Market

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Junction Books will once again be participating in the Indie Literary Market put on by the wonderful folks at Meet the Presses. We will have a couple of chapbooks for sale that were not available last year, so please stop by our table to check them out. The bpNichol Chapbook Award will also be announced that day. So come out and support all of the neat, cool small presses! Indie Literary Market Saturday, November 18th, 2017 12:00 – 5:00 p.m. Trinity–St. Paul’s United Church 427 Bloor Street West Toronto, Ontario Facebook Event

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2018 Chapbook Submissions

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The deadline for submitting a manuscript to our 2018 chapbook series has come and gone with a flurry of submissions just before September 1st. We received an excellent response to our call for submissions, and I want to thank everyone who took the time this summer to submit their chapbook manuscripts to Junction Books. We plan to have our final decisions made before November 1st, so keep your eye out for an announcement this fall of the titles chosen for 2018. Thanks again to all of the poets who submitted

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