113 Bond Street St. John’s NL A1C 1T6
Lauded Newfoundland independent Pedlar Press ceased production at the end of 2020. For twenty-five years, Pedlar Press published innovative, contemporary Canadian fiction & poetry. Writers included Souvankham Thammavongsa, Martha & Christina Baillie, Phil Hall, Kim Fahner, Su Croll, Sara Tilley, Soraya Peerbaye, Agnes Walsh, Kate Cayley, Kyeren Regehr, Jan Zwicky, Stan Dragland, Anne Golden, Laura McRae, Moira MacDougall, Heather Nolan, Alan Reed. . .
To purchase titles directly from Pedlar Press, contact publisher Beth Follett through a direct message on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/beth.follett.56/
This site became Beth Follett’s blog on 1 JANUARY 2022.
Click on the various Pages to see SOME OF Pedlar’s front and back lists OVER THE YEARS.
The publisher wishes to acknowledge financial support received over many years from the Newfoundland and Labrador Publishers Assistance Program and the Ontario Arts Council. We acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts. // Nous remercions le Conseil des arts du Canada de son soutien.
cover Thank You note by designer Emma Allain
Beth Follett has two novels.
TELL IT SLANT (Coach House Books, 2001)
INSTRUCTOR (Breakwater Books, 2021)
All the time that she was a publisher, she was a writer too.
Canada is about to lose one of its most consistently impressive small literary presses. Pedlar Press, located in St. Johnâ€™s, officially ceased publishing at the end of 2020, says founder and publisher Beth Follett. The house will close on 31 December 2021.
Backlist books are available for purchase until 31 December 2021. Write Beth at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Grateful for the incredible community support over twenty-five years.
Eight Pedlar titles for $35, including shipping.
Any eight! Available books listed below.
In Canada only.
Seeing Martin by Su Croll, The Benjamenta College of Art by Alan Reed, This Is Agatha Falling by Heather Nolan
Cult Life by Kyeren Regehr, Niagara & Government by Phil Hall, Were There Gazelle by Laura McRae, Vanishing Acts by Moira MacDougall.
The Difficult by Stan Dragland, Strangers & Others: Newfoundland Essays by Stan Dragland.