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2014 Books

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The Wrecking Ball, cartoons
by Terry Mosher (AISLIN)

ISBN: 978-1-927535-55-4; 3 Oct 2014
Trade paper $19.95. 7 x 7. 168 pages.
LAUNCH SPECIAL $14.40.
Full colour illustrations.

Introduction by Chantal Hébert. 

The Wrecking Ball is a collection of Aislin’s recent favourite cartoons. All of the choice political material is here: Pauline Marois as Miley Cyrus, the Parti Québécois’s Charter of Quebec Values, student demonstrators wandering through Montreal’s deteriorating streets, corruption inquires and Montreal’s succession of mayors, the Harper Tories and the Canadian Senate debacle, the coronation of Justin Trudeau, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, the Habs and the Sochi Olympics. Whew! 

Sons and Fathers, a novel
by Daniel Goodwin

ISBN: 978-1-927535-51-6. Sept 19, 2014.
240 pages. 5 x 8. Trade paper $18.95.
LAUNCH SPECIAL $13.49!
ePub, Mobi, PDF $8.95.

A novel about men.
No man gets to choose his father. But a son’s relationship with his father reveals a lot about the man he will become.

"In Sons and Fathers, Daniel Goodwin takes us on a wild, page-turning ride through a harrowing collision of family, friendship, politics, and love.”– Terry Fallis

 

A Migrant Heart,
by Denis Sampson

ISBN: 978-1-927535-47-9. Sept. 15, 2014.
238 pages. 5 x 8. $16.95 trade paper.
LAUNCH SPECIAL $ $12.19!
$8.95 ePub, Mobi, PDF.

Migration and Immigration, Ireland and Canada

Denis Sampson left Ireland as a student, leaving behind the farming countryside of his childhood, the city of Dubline where he was educated, adn the history and culture ofhis native country. He arrived in the cosmopolitan city of Montreal and discovered he was not the only one in search of a new life, and then that search became his life.

A Second Chance, a novel
by Felicia Mihali

ISBN: 978-1-927535-41-7; April 25, 2014
128 pages; 5 x 8"; $14.95; trade paper.
ePub, Mobi, PDF $8.95.

Immigrant Fiction/Women

Adam is happily married when he has a stroke at the age of fifty, and his behaviour changes to that of a ten-year-old. What are his secrets? His wife would like to know. A novel about devotion and betrayal, A Second Chance is also about forgiveness. Felicia Mihali is the author of The Darling of Kandahar, which was nominated for Canada Reads 2013.

The Bells of Memory
A Palestinian Boyhood in Jerusalem
by Issa J. Boullata

ISBN: 978-1-927535-39-4. April 5, 2014.
96 pages; 5 x 8"; $12.95; trade paper.
ePub, Mobi, PDF $7.95.

Middle East History; Palestine.

The distinguished Arabic scholar, author, and translator Issa J. Boullata grew up in a Palestinian family in the Jerusalem of the 1930s and 1940s, when Palestine was under the British Mandate. This is a love letter to a Jerusalem that was changed immeasurably by Al-Nakba, the Palestinian Catastrophe of 1948 that dispossessed the Palestinians of their homeland and dislocated many as refugees when Israel was established.

 

The Prostate:
Everything You Need to Know About the Man Gland (rev. edition)
by Dr. Yosh Taguchi

ISBN: 978-1-927535-35-6. March 21, 2014.
229 pages; 5 x 8", $18.95, trade paper.
ePub, Mobi, PDF $9.95.

Health & Wellness.

Senior McGill urologist Dr. Yosh Taguchi tackles the most common prostate problems, treatments, and questions in down-to-earth language. If there is anyone who can dispel the fear associated with the prostate, it is Dr. Taguchi.

Recent Highlights from LLP

For full details on recent LLP titles and authors, please go to the Books page.


    

Peter Kirby's latest Luc Vanier novel is Vigilante Season. And don't forget that the first, The Dead of Winter -- shortlisted for the Crime Writers of Canada's Arthur Ellis Award for Best First Novel -- has been reissued in a second edition. The third Luc Vanier title will be coming out in Spring 2015. Watch this space for title and details.

See our Fall 2014 Catalogue for details for current and upcoming titles.

For more information:

LLP's Fall 2014 Catalogue, with details of all 18 LLP titles including this fall's releases, is here!

You'll find information on all LLP books on this website; please follow the links on book titles and cover images for details.

LLP print and ebooks can be bought directly from LLP on this website and at good bookstores nationally and online from: Indigo, Amazonkobo, Apple, Overdrive and other national and international etailers.

To find a good bookstore near you, click here.

LLP books can also be purchased on the All Lit Up site.

 

Review and examination copies of selected literary titles are available to reviewers and academics on request.

The complete online catalogue of current and upcoming Linda Leith Publishing print and ebooks is on CataList, and LLP Books are also displayed on The 49th Shelf.

Downloadable author images are here.



Thank you! 

Linda Leith Publishing gratefully acknowledges the support of the Emerging Publishers Program of the Canada Council for the Arts and that of SODEC.
 


 


About Salon .ll.

Salon .ll. is LLP's online magazine, including posts written in English and in French, publishing news, and events. 

 

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Linda Leith herself

Author Linda Leith is the president of Linda Leith Publishing and the founder of the Blue Metropolis International Literary Festival. Her most recent book is Écrire au temps du nationalisme  (2014). Her bio is here, and details of the books she has authored are here.

        

Écrire au temps du nationalisme  (Leméac Éditions, April 2014), is Alain Roy's translation of Writing in the Time of Nationalism: From Two Solitudes to Blue Metropolis (Signature Editions, 2010). The French title is available from Renaud-Brayamazon.ca, and other booksellers. 

Écrire au temps du nationalisme has been reviewed in La Presse + by Daniel Lemay in a feature article published on April 27 2014.

Marie-Andrée Lamontagne's Radio Ville-Marie Parking Nomade interview with Linda Leith on the subject of her book is here (in French).

The Le Devoir review is here.

 

L'Actualité published their review on May 1st, 2014, < Le Genèse du succès. >

EVENTS & RECENT POSTS


News & Events

For invitations to all our events, announcements, and other news about Salon .ll. and Linda Leith Publishing books and authors, we suggest you join our MAILING LIST by sending us an email to LINDA@LINDALEITH.COM.

  • October 15th: Congratulations, Issa J. Boullata! The Bells of Memory: A Palestinian Boyhood in Jerusalem is a finalist for the QWF Mavis Gallant Non-fiction Prize. The Gazette story here.


    [Photo: David Boullata]

  • Terry Mosher's media storm continues with this piece on Global News, October 14, 2014.

  • Daniel Goodwin, author of Sons and Fathers , blogs about the reasons men don't read fiction (but should). 


    [Photo: Ashley Nixon]


  • More buzz about Terry Mosher's new book The Wrecking Ball: on CHOM, on CJAD, on Global TV, and a big spread in The Gazette, on Saturday October 3rd, including this great piece by Bill Brownstein, all in advance of the book launch, coming up Tuesday October 7th at Paragraphe Books!



  • October 2, 2014: Great feature on Daniel Goodwin's first novel Sons and Fathers on the spanking new website All Lit Up


    [Photo: Ashley Nixon]
     
  • October 2, 2014: Pub date for Terry Mosher's The Wrecking Ball.

  • October 1, 2014: Terry Mosher is chatting today with Mutsumi Takahashi about his new (47th!) book, The Wrecking Ball.



  • September 23, 2014: Launch of Daniel Goodwin's first novel Sons and Fathers at Owl's Nest Books in the Britannia Plaza, 815 49th Ave., S.W., Calgary, 7 p.m. - 8.30 p.m.

     
    [Photo: Ashley Nixon] 

  • September 21, 2014: With four Montreal writers on the Scotiabank Giller Prize longlist, times have clearly changed since the good old bad old days. How did we get from there to here? That's what Marianne Ackerman, Katia Grubisic, and Linda Leith will be talking about on Sunday noon at POP Montreal. The event's called Literary Legacies: A Montreal Story.
  • September 19, 2014: Pub date of Daniel Goodwin's first novel Sons and Fathers.

  • September 18, 2014, 6 - 8 p.m: Launch of Denis Sampson's A Migrant Heart at the School of Canadian Irish Studies at Concordia -- and here are the details
  • September 17, 2014: "Watching a Literary Chicken Come Home to Roost in Novel Form," by Barbara Kay. Lovely piece on Daniel Goodwin's Sons and Fathers in the National Post: 

    "The narration is rich in pithy observations. Playing chess together in youth, Michael asks Eli, “Do you play to win, or do you play not to lose?” Eli reflects, “I realized I wasn’t good enough to play to win.” But as a writer, he can ensure that Allan, who does play to win, wins. Poets fear they are “charlatans who puffed themselves up with inflated claims of influence because they had none to speak of.”

    On leadership: People say they want compassion, “but what they really want is someone they can trust, who is strong and courageous — when the going gets tough, we want to know if our leader will talk nice to us or defend us.”

    This novel’s timing is fortuitous. The going is certainly getting tough, and the looming federal election is stacking up as a test of that observation." -- Barbara Kay.





  • September 15, 2014: Pub date of Denis Sampson's for A Migrant HeartAnd the launch is Thursday, September 18th, 2014, 6 - 8 p.m. School of Canadian Irish Studies, Concordia University Hall Building. You can get your copy here.

  • September 15, 2014: Coverage of Daniel Goodwin's Sons and Fathers in The Hill Times, Ottawa, by Rachel Aiello.

  • September 15, 2014: Launch date of All Lit Up, the new online bookstore for Canadian titles. Check it out! You'll see it's featuring our own Daniel Goodwin's first novel Sons and Fathers.

  • September 12-14, 2014: Terry Mosher will be at Comicon all weekend, at his own Booth # 2732. And with Terry there, it's bound to be fun!

  • The first review of Daniel Goodwin's Sons and Fathers is out -- and it's a good one: "Goodwin has pulled off a sharp, clever début. His prose is strong and his characters memorable. Sons and Fathers is an enjoyable read." Mark Sampson, in Quill & Quire.

  • September 7, 2014: Two more great reviews of The Bells of Memory: A Palestinian Boyhood in Jerusalem, by Issa J. Boullata. "What Remains," by Ayal Victoria McKhail, Literary Review of Canada, Sept. 2014, p. 13: "This is a hauntingly beautiful account of the bells of memory that still toll for so many Palestinians wherever they may find themselves on this earth." 
    And in This Week in Palestine (#197, Sept. 2014) a review by Mahmoud Muna: "The book comes at an important time, when we see the city changing politically, economically, and socially in front of our own eyes."

  • MORE GOOD NEWS FROM LINDA LEITH PUBLISHING

    August 22, 2014

    Linda Leith Publishing is delighted to announce the sale of French language rights to The Bells of Memory: A Palestinian Boyhood in Jerusalem, by Issa J. Boullata, to Mémoire d'encrier.


    [Photo: David Boullata]


  • ANNOUNCEMENT FROM LINDA LEITH PUBLISHING

    August 21, 2014.

    Linda Leith Publishing is delighted to announce the appointment of Katia Grubisic as Associate Editor. 

    Katia Grubisic is a writer and freelance editor and translator. She has been involved with literary magazines including The FiddleheadThe New Quarterly and Arc Poetry Magazine. She was coordinator of the Atwater Poetry Project reading series, and presently sits on the editorial board for the Icehouse Poetry imprint at Goose Lane Editions. Her own work has appeared in various Canadian and international publications, and her collection of poems What if red ran out won the Gerald Lampert award for best first book.

    Katia Grubisic
    Associate Editor Katia Grubisic
    [Photo: P. Seib]

  • August 21, 2014: "Denis Sampson’s A Migrant Heart maps space between emigrant and immigrant.” LLP author Denis Sampson, whose new book A Migrant Heart will be published mid-September, is profiled today by books columnist Ian McGillis in The Gazette (Montreal). The book is available here, in print and ebook formats.

  • Mark your calendar. The first-ever Inspire! Toronto International Book Fair takes place Nov 13-16, 2014 with Linda Leith Publishing and no fewer than three of our 2014 authors: novelist Felicia Mihali (A Second Chance), cartoonist Terry Mosher (The Wrecking Ball), and essayist Denis Sampson (A Migrant Heart). 

  • Mark your calendar. Launch of Daniel Goodwin's first novel, Sons and Fathers, at Owl's Nest Books in the Britannia Plaza, 815 49th Ave., S.W., Calgary, on Tuesday, Sept. 23rd, 2014, 7 p.m. - 8.30 p.m. 


Recent posts on Salon .ll.

Salon .ll. is an online magazine published in English and in French by LLP, with some material translated and much of the content published in the original language only. The posts listed below have all appeared in English. You will find recent French Salon posts here

Titans in the Lagoon, Part I, Part II, by Marco LoVerso