One murder. Nine months. Two trials. Chad Reimer weaves a captivating tale of murder in early British Columbia as a young man tries desperately to dodge the hangman’s noose.
Dear Caitlin Press authors, The current measures being taken globally to “flatten the curve” of the pandemic, while necessary, have disrupted the publishing industry along with many other sectors. We want you to know we are still working and the doors are still open (virtually—we’re all working from home). We continue to plan and produce […]
Check out the latest Caitlin Press & Dagger Edition books available in digital formats!
We here at Caitlin Press have been discussing and thinking a lot about the global situation with COVID-19. Our first and foremost concern is the health and safety of the community and all the people involved in getting our books into the world—from the staff here at Caitlin Press, our writers, editors, to the warehouse […]
Congratulations to Chantal Gibson (How She Read) & Francine Cunningham (On/Me) whose books are finalists for the 2020 BC & Yukon Book Prizes. Both books are shortlisted for the inaugural Jim Deva Prize for Writing that Provokes. This new award is named for Little Sisters Bookstore co-founder and Vancouver LGBTQ+ activist Jim Deva. It will be awarded to […]
We are saddened to hear that poet Ken Belford died February 19, 2020 in Prince George, BC. Ken Belford was born to a farming family in Alberta and grew up in Vancouver. In the late 1960s, he moved to the Hazelton area of Northwest BC, in traditional Gitxsan territory, where he homesteaded with his wife and […]
Each month, Canadian library staff vote for their most-anticipated upcoming books, via BookNet Canada’s Loan Stars readers-advisory program and the Canadian Urban Libraries Council. BIG: Stories about Life in Plus-Sized Bodies, edited by Christina Myers is one of the Top 10 anticipated adult titles for January/February 2020! Thank you to the librarians who voted for […]
Caitlin Press is excited to share the books we’re releasing in the Winter 2020 season. Get a copy of these books at your local independent bookstore, on our website, or at most major online retailers.
Word Vancouver is a free book and magazine festival that takes place at the end of September around Vancouver. This year they are celebrating 25 years. We have a number of authors participating over the 6 day festival. And we’ll be exhibiting on the Sunday event at the Vancouver Public Library—come visit.
Chad Reimer and Lily Chow receive honorable mention awards from British Columbia Historical Federation
Congratulations to Chad Reimer and Lily Chow, who have both won honorable mentions in the British Columbia Historical Federation’s Historical Writing Competition.