About Linda Leith Publishing

Linda Leith Éditions
 

Fondé à Montréal en juin 2011, Linda Leith Éditions est une maison littéraire qui se consacre à la publication de livres imprimés et numériques pour les lecteurs internationaux.

Ses activités comprennent le lancement de la collection SINGLES, série consacrée aux essais, et la publication de romans ainsi que des albums de caricatures. 

La maison se consacrera également à la publication d’ouvrages en français.

Ventes et distribution 


Pour commander un titre, veuillez contacter le représentant du Canadian Manda Group de votre région :

165 Dufferin Street, Toronto, ON M6K 3H6 
www.mandagroup.com

National, Ontario et Québec
Carey Low, Nick Smith, Peter Hill-Field, Joanne Adams, Tim Gain, Chris Hickey, Anthony Iantorno, Ellen Warwick, Emily Patry, Kristina Koski, Mark Wilson
tél: 416.516.0911; téléc: 416.516.0917; c: info@mandagroup.com 

Québec et provinces maritimes
Liza Hageraats, tél: 902.453.6936 poste 244; c: lizah@mandagroup.com

Alberta, Saskatchewan et Manitoba
Jean Cichon, tél: 403.202.0922 poste 245; c: jcichon@mandagroup.com

Colombie-Britannique
Iolanda Millar, tél: 604.662.3511 poste 246
Jennifer Fyffe, tél: 604.662.3511 poste 247

The Literary Press Group of Canada
Tan Light, 425 Adelaide Street West, # 700, Toronto, ON M5V 2C1; tél: 416.483.1321 x3 | téléc: 416.483.2510; c: sales@lpg.ca

Distribution
 
LitDistCo

a/s Fraser Direct
tél. 1-800-591-6251; http://www.litdistco.ca/
Conditions de vente : 40 % de rabais pour les comptes commerciaux.

Remerciements


Nous remercions le Conseil des arts du Canada de son soutien. L’an dernier, le Conseil  a investi 157 millions de dollars pour mettre de l’art dans la vie des Canadiennes et des Canadiens de tout le pays.

Linda Leith Publishing has had a good second year

Vigilante Season, by Peter Kirby, is "a novel that delivers more nuance than is typical for its genre, a promising follow-up to 2012's lauded The Dead of Winter." -- Publishers Weekly

Love Letters of the Angels of Death: Philip Marchand in The National Post describes Jennifer Quist's as a "powerfully emotional novel" with "great tenderness between Caroline and her husband" and was one of The Edmonton Journal's top 5 bestsellers (after Lynn Coady, Alice Munro -- two titles -- and Joseph Boyden. 

The Girls of Piazza d'Amore was shortlisted for the QWF Best First Book Prize. Connie Guzzo-McParland's "characters are vivid, and her descriptions of place, customs, clothing, and food are evocative and memorable. The stunning tale of a "marriage by proxy" ... highlights the tension between the customs of the old world and the unknown future that awaits immigrants in their new home." -- Publishers Weekly.

Saving the CBC, by Wade Rowland (Singles essay), has now been proven prescient by recent news about the CBC and Hockey Night in Canada. "The short polemical book is a fascinating read." -- John Doyle, The Globe and Mail.

Singles title A Green Reef: The Impact of Climate Change, by Stephen Henighan, bought from Alouette Verlag (Hamburg): "Henighan's short volume ranges over the causes, prognoses and ethics of a warming world. Throughout the book, there is constant alarm at humanity's lack of alarmism." -- Times Literary Supplement review, November 8th, 2013, p. 27.

Highlights of LLP's second year include

Felicia Mihali's The Darling of Kandahar a top pick for Canada Reads 2013 

Peter Kirby's The Dead of Winter shortlisted for the Arthur Ellis Award for Best First Book

LLP and Salon .ll. launch at Blue Metropolis Festival, 26 April 2013

Vin d'honneur at Ben McNally Books, 28 October 2013, with all 2013 LLP authors

German-language rights to The Darling of Kandahar sold to KLAK Verlag, Berlin.

And now this: Ian McGillis, The Gazette book reviewer, on "the uniformly high standard already established by Linda Leith's fledgling indie literary publishing house" -- Vancouver Sun. And this: Quill & Quire names Peter Kirby's Vigilante Season one of the five top crime and mystery books of 2013. Love the end of the year!

To order a book: Sales & Distribution

Sales

Canadian Manda Group
165 Dufferin Street, Toronto, ON M6K 3H6
www.mandagroup.com

National Accounts, Ontario & Quebec
Carey Low, Nick Smith, Peter Hill-Field, Joanne Adams, Tim Gain, Chris Hickey, Anthony Iantorno, Ellen Warwick, Emily Patry, Kristina Koski, Mark Wilson
p: 416.516.0911; f: 416.516.0917; e: info@mandagroup.com

Quebec and Maritime Provinces
Liza Hageraats p: 902.453.6936 ext 244; e: lizah@mandagroup.com

Alberta, Saskatchewan & Manitoba
Jean Cichon p: 403.202.0922 ext 245; e: jcichon@mandagroup.com

British Columbia
Iolanda Millar | p: 604.662.3511 ext 246
Jennifer Fyffe | p: 604.662.3511 ext 247

The Literary Press Group of Canada
425 Adelaide Street West, Suite 700, Toronto, ON M5V 2C1; p: 416.483.1321 x3 | f: 416.483.2510; e: sales@lpg.ca

Distribution

LitDistCo
1-800-591-6251;http://www.litdistco.ca/
Terms: 40% discount for trade accounts.

Associations

Linda Leith Publishing is a member of the following organizations:

Association of Canadian Publishers
Literary Press Group of Canada
eBound Canada
Association of English-language Publishers of Quebec.

Acknowledgements

Linda Leith Publishing is proud to acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, which last year invested $157 million to bring the arts to Canadians through the country.


Linda Leith Publishing is delighted to announce the financial support of SODEC for its Quebec-authored titles.