Junction Books is an independent Canadian chapbook publisher that was started by Carleton Wilson in 1999. Initially, the mandate of Junction Books was to publish chapbooks of poetry and short fiction by new Canadian writers, and thirty-four chapbooks were published from 1999–2004. In 2003, Junction Books also began publishing trade books in a poetry imprint with Nightwood Editions, and this was the sole activity of Junction Books from 2005–2012. In 2013, the chapbook publishing program was reintroduced, with the addition of Blaise Moritz as managing editor, and with Adrienne Weiss as copy editor. In addition to its occasional poetry imprint activities with Nightwood Editions, each fall Junction Books will also publish one chapbook of poetry or short fiction by a Canadian writer each year, and a screen-printed broadside.