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Singing Meadow Book Launch This Evening, November 17

Join author Peri McQuay this evening at Novel Idea, Kingston’s beloved independent bookstore at 156 Princess St (corner of Bagot). Peri will read excerpts from her new book, Singing Meadow, and be available for conversations and signing. Light refreshments will be served. This event is free, and open to the public. The reading takes place at 7 pm. [Peri McQuay] is a skilled writer who can Read More

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Momma’s Prayer Flags

Join us in celebrating the publication of Momma‘s Prayer Flags by Wintergreen Studios Press! This collection of poetry was written at Wintergreen during the workshop led by Lorna Crozier earlier this year. It features an extraordinary collection of poems written by the 11 people attending the workshop. The book is available online from amazon.com (it will be available through amazon.ca in a few weeks). It Read More

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Gail Sidonie Sobat’s Poetry Prize

Gail Sidonie Sobat’s poetry book, How the Light is Spent, published in 2013 by Wintergreen Studios Press, is being honored as a Shelf Unbound Notable Book in the poetry category as part of the The Third Annual Shelf Unbound Writing Competition for Best Independently Published Book, sponsored by Bowker. Gail’s book will be featured in the December/January 2015 issue of Shelf Unbound. It is available Read More

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Mountain Equipment Co-op Book Launch

For those of you in the Toronto area who are interested in adventures, mountaineering, and extraordinary humanitarian feats, Wintergreen Studios Press author Zeke O’Connor will be reading from Journey with the Sherpas this Saturday at the Toronto Mountain Equipment Co-op from 11 am – 2 pm.About Journey with the Sherpas… Join Zeke O’Connor as he takes you through the many journeys he has travelled over Read More

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Shifting Priorities

With this post, we are announcing a shift in our publishing mandate. For the next year or so, we will be publishing material that focuses directly on the work we do out at Wintergreen Studios. Consequently we will not be accepting any new manuscripts until 2014. While we will not be accepting unsolicited manuscripts for the next year, we will consider submissions from individuals who have Read More

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Book Launch: Thursday, May 9th

May 4th is the publication date for How the Light is Spent, a new book of poetry for Wintergreen Studios Press, by Alberta author Gail Sidonie Sobat. The three sections of Gail’s book pay homage to young love, distant lands, and familiar landscapes. Grand themes of loss and longing intermingle with rich scenes of Turkish markets, followed by softer poems about snowfalls in Canada. With so Read More

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Authors’ activities

One of the best aspects of working with writers who publish with Wintergreen Studios Press is how active and engaged they are in their fields. Lindy Mechefske has started a food blog which complements her cookbook A Taste of Wintergreen, John Meisel recently gave a lecture at Queen’s about socio-political realities in the Italian Renaissance, and Terry Ann Carter has been touring Europe, the United Read More

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Writing at Wintergreen Launch

We are so looking forward to next Tuesday evening! Once again Novel Idea Books (156 Princess Street) is hosting us with their delicious food and wine and charming atmosphere.  Writing at Wintergreen: An Anthology Edited by Helen Humphreys, will launch on December 11th from 7:00 – 8:30pm with an introduction by Helen and readings by the contributors. This book is a collection of writing and poetry Read More

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Book Launch at Wintergreen on Sunday December 2

Come join us at 2 pm on Sunday to launch Writing at Wintergreen: An Anthology Edited by Helen Humphreys, and published by Wintergreen Studios Press (www.wintergreenstudiospress.com). The collection features the work of 21 writers, all of whom took part in one of Helen’s summer workshops at Wintergreen. Many of the writers will be at Wintergreen to read from their work. Come sit by the fire, Read More

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Journey with the Sherpas in the Canadian media!

A book we published in September is gaining momentum in the media. Journey with the Sherpas: The Story of Zeke O’Connor and The Sir Edmund Hillary Foundation is the story of Zeke’s life’s work and accomplishments. For years Zeke worked as a high-level executive at Sears Canada, but when he met Sir Edmund Hillary, and heard about the need for social and environmental action in Read More