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Beth Follett email@example.com
Pedlar Press publishes innovative, contemporary Canadian fiction & poetry, the occasional literary nonfiction title, works that preserve and extend the literary tradition that values experimentation in style & form. Writers include Phil Hall, Kim Fahner, Adam Seelig, Su Croll, Sara Tilley, Soraya Peerbaye, Souvankham Thammavongsa, Martha & Christina Baillie, Kate Cayley, Kyeren Regehr, Jan Zwicky, Stan Dragland, Anne Golden, Bernardine Stapleton, Laura McRae, Moira MacDougall, Heather Nolan, Alan Reed. . .
TO PURCHASE PEDLAR TITLES: Pedlar Press titles may be ordered from your local independent bookseller, from www.alllitup.ca (the all-Canadian online bookstore), from www.amazon.ca. To purchase titles directly from Pedlar, contact publisher Beth Follett at: firstname.lastname@example.org
RECENT TITLES may be purchased by scrolling down to posts below. These include Christina & Martha Baillie’s SISTER LANGUAGE, THE CAUSES by Cathy Stonehouse, THE BENJAMENTA COLLEGE OF ART by Alan Reed, Barbara Nichol’s picture book THE LADY FROM KENT, Stan Dragland’s artbook GERALD SQUIRES, and creative nonfiction, THE DIFFICULT, Martha Baillie’s novel THE SEARCH FOR HEINRICH SCHLÖGEL; and poetry collections WERE THERE GAZELLE by Laura McRae, CULT LIFE by Kyeren Regehr, ODERIN by Agnes Walsh, THESE WINGS by Kim Fahner, VANISHING ACTS by Moira MacDougall.
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SUBMISSIONS update – Pedlar’s acquisitions editor Monica Kidd is not accepting submissions for fiction, poetry and nonfiction titles AT PRESENT.
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The publisher wishes to acknowledge financial support received from the Newfoundland and Labrador Publishers Assistance Program. We acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts. // Nous remercions le Conseil des arts du Canada de son soutien.
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