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

Chapbooks

Spring 2019
At Home in the Mountains

A poetry chapbook by Kristjana Gunnars. ISBN-13: 978-1-894831-24-6 Spring 2019 | 5.5″ x 8.5″; 40 pp. Printed on 70 lb Zephyr Antique Laid by Coach House Printing, and perfect bound in a cover of Mohawk Via Felt, with Strathmore Black endpapers. The type was composed in Arno Pro by Adobe. This edition is limited to 150 numbered copies. $13.00


 

Work Until You Find Resistance

A poetry chapbook by Alexandra Pasian. ISBN-13: 978-1-894831-25-3 Spring 2018 | 5.5″ x 8.5″; 32 pp. Printed on 70 lb Zephyr Antique Laid by Coach House Printing, and perfect bound in a cover of Mohawk Via Felt, with Strathmore Black endpapers. The type was composed in Arno Pro by Adobe. This edition is limited to 150 numbered copies. $12.00


 


Spring 2018
You don’t want what I’ve got

A poetry chapbook by Triny Finlay. ISBN-13: 978-1-894831-23-9 Spring 2018 | 5.5″ x 8.5″; 32 pp. Printed on 70 lb Zephyr Antique Laid by Coach House Printing, and perfect bound in a cover of Mohawk Via Felt, with Strathmore Black endpapers. The type was composed in Arno Pro by Adobe. This edition is limited to 200 numbered copies. $12.00


About the Author

Triny Finlay is the author of the poetry collections Splitting Off (Nightwood, 2004), Histories Haunt Us (Nightwood, 2010), and the chapbooks You don’t want what I’ve got (Junction, 2018) and Phobic (Gaspereau, 2006). She lives in Fredericton, where she teaches English and Creative Writing at the University of New Brunswick.

 

Conversing with Wang An-shih: A Sequence of Glosas

A poetry chapbook by John Reibetanz. ISBN-13: 978-1-894831-21-5 Spring 2018 | 5.5″ x 8.5″; 48 pp. Printed on 70 lb Zephyr Antique Laid by Coach House Printing, and perfect bound in a cover of Mohawk Via Felt, with Strathmore Black endpapers. The type was composed in Arno Pro by Adobe. This edition is limited to 200 numbered copies. $14.00


About the Author

John Reibetanz’s Where We Live was published by McGill-Queen’s in 2016, and The Essential John Reibetanz by The Porcupine’s Quill in 2017. His eleventh collection, By Hand, is forthcoming from Brick Books in 2019. He lives in Toronto and is a Fellow at Victoria College and at Massey College.

 


 

Fall 2017
Retreats

A poetry chapbook by Karen Solie. ISBN-13: 978-1-894831-21-5 Fall 2017 | 5.5″ x 8.5″; 40 pp. Printed on 70 lb Zephyr Antique Laid by Coach House Printing, and perfect bound in a cover of Mohawk Via Felt, with Zephyr Antique Laid endpapers printed yellow. The type was composed in Requiem by Hoefler&Co. This edition is limited to 300 numbered copies. $13.00

 

About the Author

Karen Solie is the author of four books of poetry: Short Haul Engine (2001), Modern and Normal (2005), Pigeon (2009), and The Road In Is Not the Same Road Out (2015). She lives in Toronto, Canada.

 


 

Summer 2017
Flood Lands

A chapbook of poetry and short fiction by Faye Chisholm Guenther. ISBN-13: 978-1-894831-20-8 Summer 2017 | 5.5″ x 8.5″; 32 pp. Printed on 70 lb Zephyr Antique Laid by Coach House Printing, and perfect bound in a cover of Mohawk Via Felt, with blue endpapers. The type was composed in Adobe Arno Pro. This edition is limited to 100 numbered copies. $12.00

 

About the Author Faye Chisholm Guenther is a Toronto-based writer. Her short fiction has been published in literary journals including Joyland and Plenitude. She has a PhD in English from York University specializing in modern and contemporary American literature, and gender and sexuality studies.

 


 

Fall 2016
Anima Canadensis

A poetry chapbook by Sonnet L’Abbé. ISBN-10: 1-894831-19-5 ISBN-13: 978-1-894831-19-2 Fall 2016 | 5.5″ x 8.5″; 32 pp. Sold Out. Fall 2017 | Second Edition Printed on 70 lb Zephyr Antique Laid by Coach House Printing, and perfect bound in a cover of Mohawk Via Felt, with 80 lb Strathmore Black endpapers. The type was composed in Adobe Jenson Pro. The second edition is limited to 200 numbered copies. $12.00

 

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About the Author Sonnet L’Abbé, Ph.D., is the author of A Strange Relief and Killarnoe, and was the 2014 guest editor of Best Canadian Poetry. She lives on Vancouver Island and is a professor of creative writing at Vancouver Island University.


 

Fall 2013
Production 1060: The Oz Monologues

A poetry chapbook by Adrienne Weiss ISBN-10 1-894831-18-7 ISBN-13 978-1-894831-18-5 November 2013 | 5.5″ x 8″; 32 pp. Printed on Mohawk Superfine Smooth text by Carleton Wilson, and hand sewn in a cover and wrappers, with silver endpapers. This edition is limited to 41 numbered copies. $10.00

 

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About the Author Adrienne Weiss is a part-time teacher and writer living in Toronto. She is the author of There Are No Solid Gold Dancers Anymore, and work has also appeared in Taddle Creek, Canadian Literature, Matrix, and Kiss Machine.