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

Spring 2013 Broadside

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Junction Books is happy to announce that the poem “May in the Wood” by A.F. Moritz will be the spring 2013 broadside. It will be published in an edition of 41 copies and will be available by the end of June. A.F. Moritz has written 16 books of poetry, and has received the Guggenheim Fellowship and the Ingram Merrill Fellowship. He has twice been nominated for the Governor General’s Award, and won the 2009 Griffin Poetry Prize for The Sentinel (House of Anansi Press, 2008)

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Blaise Moritz will be launching his new book, Zeppelin, along with Elizabeth Bachinsky, Brad Cran, and Jay MillAr, at Supermarket, 268 Augusta Ave., Toronto, on Saturday, April 20th, from 5:30–7:30 p.m. We hope you will join us for a great evening of poetry. Zeppelin is published by Nightwood Editions and is part of the Junction Books imprint. To celebrate the launch his new book, Blaise and his kids made this wonderful video for “Movie Monster,” a poem from the collection. Enjoy

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Spring 2013 Chapbook

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Junction Books is pleased to announce the first chapbook to be published since 2004: Production 1060: The Oz Monologues by Adrienne Weiss. We hope to have the chapbook available by the end of June, but are unsure exactly how much time it will take for production since we are printing and binding it ourselves. The print-run for the chapbook – 10 hardcovers and 41 softcovers – will inaugurate the new Junction Books imprint, Editions 10:41. The chapbook will also be made available for a limited time as a print-on-demand title if the original print-run sells out

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Junction Books Redux

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I am very pleased to be able to welcome you to the new Junction Books website. I had no idea when I put Junction Books on hiatus in 2004 that it would take almost a decade to get things up and running again, but that is the way things turned out. In that time, I went back to school and graduated with a degree in graphic design, I worked for the University of Toronto Press for two years, and I published my first book of poetry, The Material Sublime, with Nightwood Editions. It was a busy time for me, and I deliberately kept from publishing chapbooks so that I could work on my own writing. However, once my first book was completed, I knew that [&hellip

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