Titles from Independent Canadian Publishers Attending the 2023 London Book Fair

The London Book Fair is a showcase for Canadian publishers of all kinds. You’ll find 16 of them on the Canada Stand this year, and more throughout the fair. Together they represent the outstanding quality and creativity of Canadian publishing.

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Sporting Justice

By (author) Miriam Wright
Categories: Sports & Recreation

Although many know about Jackie Robinson’s experiences breaking major league baseball’s colour barrier in 1947, few are familiar with the Chatham Coloured All-Stars, a Black Canadian team from 1930s ...


By (author) Caroline E. Schuster
Illustrated by Enrique Bernardou & David Bueno
Categories: Social Science
Series: ethnoGRAPHIC

Based in the agrarian world of commercial sesame farming in northern Paraguay, Forecasts tells a story about what happens when global insurance companies promise financial safety nets to local farmers ...

Indigenous Media Arts in Canada

Edited by Dana Claxton & Ezra Winton
Categories: Art

Indigenous and settler scholars and media artists discuss and analyze crucial questions of narrative sovereignty, cultural identity, cultural resistance, and decolonizing creative practices.

Humans are ...

Indigenous Resurgence in an Age of Reconciliation

What would Indigenous resurgence look like if the parameters were not set with a focus on the state, settlers, or an achievement of reconciliation? Indigenous Resurgence in an Age of Reconciliation explores ...

In a Land without Dogs the Cats Learn to Bark

By (author) Jonathan Garfinkel
Categories: Fiction

In his wildly ambitious and darkly funny debut novel, Jonathan Garfinkel probes the fractured nature of identity, the necessity of lies, and the bloody legacy of the Soviet Empire.  

Spanning generations, ...

Performing Postracialism

By (author) Philip S.S. Howard
Categories: Social Science

Blackface – instances in which non-Black persons temporarily darken their skin with make-up to impersonate Black people, usually for fun, and frequently in educational contexts – constitutes a postracialist ...

From Big Bang to Big Data

Does media history really start with a bang? More than just newspapers, television, and social networks, media are the means by which any information is communicated, from cosmic radiation traces to medieval ...

Back to the Stone Age

By (author) Ben Pitcher
Categories: Social Science

Prehistoric human life is a common reference point in contemporary culture, inspiring attempts to become happier, healthier, or better people. Exploited by capitalism, overwhelmed by technology, and living ...


By (author) Julia Kuo
Illustrated by Julia Kuo
Categories: Children's Nonfiction

In this "surprisingly simple yet mesmerizing introduction to a wonder of the natural world" (Kirkus STARRED Review), kids aged 4 to 8 will marvel at the science of bioluminescence through stunning images ...

The Possession of Barbe Hallay

When strange signs appeared in the sky over Québec during the autumn of 1660, people began to worry about evil forces in their midst. They feared that witches and magicians had arrived in the colony, ...