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

Trade Imprint

The Junction Books trade imprint is published with Nightwood Editions.

 


 

There Are No Solid Gold Dancers Anymore
By Adrienne Weiss
978-0-88971-294-2 · 0-88971-294-8
Paperback · April 2014
80 pages · Purchase here.

 

 

Zeppelin
By Blaise Moritz
978-0-88971-279-9 · 0-88971-279-4
Paperback · March 2013
96 pages · Purchase here.

 

 

The Material Sublime
By Carleton Wilson
978-0-88971-261-4 · 0-88971-261-1
Paperback · October 2011
80 pages · Purchase here.

 

 

Cold Sleep Permanent Afternoon
By Ray Hsu
978-0-88971-2- · 0-88971-244-1
Paperback · February 2010
96 pages · Purchase here.

 

 

Repose
By Adam Getty
978-0-88971-219-5 · 0-88971-219-0
Paperback · March 2008
88 pages · Purchase here.

 

 

The Cold Panes of Surfaces
By Chris Banks
978-0-88971-222-5 · 0-88971-222-0
Paperback · November 2006
96 pages · Purchase here.

 

 

The Clichéist
By Amanda Lamarche
978-0-88971-208-9 · 0-88971-208-5
Paperback · October 2005
88 pages · Purchase here.

 

 

Anthropy
By Ray Hsu
978-0-88971-197-6 · 0-88971-197-6
Paperback · September 2004
88 pages · Purchase here.
Winner of the Gerald Lampert Award for Poetry (2005)
and shortlisted for the Trillium Award for Poetry (2005).

 

 

Monks’ Fruit
By A.J. Levin
978-0-88971-202-7 · 0-88971-202-6
Paperback · March 2004
88 pages · Purchase here.
Shortlisted for the Gerald Lampert Award for Poetry (2005).

 

 

Bonfires
By Chris Banks
978-0-88971-196-9 · 0-88971-196-8
Paperback · October 2003
96 pages · Purchase here.
Winner of the Canadian Authors Association Jack Chalmers Poetry Award (2004)
and shortlisted for the Gerald Lampert Award for Poetry (2004).

 

 

Pouring Small Fire
By Susan Manchester
978-0-88971-189-1 · 0-88971-189-5
Paperback · March 2003
96 pages · Purchase here.

 

 

Reconciliation
By Adam Getty
978-0-88971-187-7 · 0-88971-187-9
Paperback · March 2003
88 pages · Purchase here.
Winner of the Gerald Lampert Award for Poetry (2004)
and Shortlisted for the Trillium Award for Poetry (2004).