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A writer’s press: Behind the scenes with Goose Lane Editions

Canada’s oldest independent publishing company celebrates its humble beginnings 60 years ago by going back to where it all began, with a chapbook In 1954, Fred Cogswell, a faculty member at the University of New Brunswick and editor of the university’s literary magazine, The Fiddlehead, responded to the death of literary publications by founding Fiddlehead Poetry Books. The fledgling publisher’s initial work, a mimeographed and stapled…

Goose Lane Editions wins Redgee Award!

The creative team extraordinaire at Goose Lane Editions has won a Redgee Award!The Canadian Regional Design Awards (the Redgees) 2013/14 were announced in Toronto on Monday April 28th to a packed crowd of top designers from across the country in attendance to celebrate the best in Canadian design. Goose Lane’s Creative Director, Julie Scriver, was on hand to pick up the award for Print Design, Best…

Goose Lane Editions wins Redgee Award!

The creative team extraordinaire at Goose Lane Editions has won a Redgee Award!The Canadian Regional Design Awards (the Redgees) 2013/14 were announced in Toronto on Monday April 28th to a packed crowd of top designers from across the country in attendance to celebrate the best in Canadian design. Goose Lane’s Creative Director, Julie Scriver, was on hand to pick up the award for Print Design, Best…

New blood at Goose Lane

Goose Lane Editions in Fredericton recently welcomed April Penney as its new Publicity Manager. With a commerce degree from Memorial University, Penney has experience in marketing and communications in both the community economic development and food industries. Although she is new to the publishing industry, Penney says she is excited to learn the ropes and immerse herself in Goose Lane’s rich literary culture. Go, April!  

New blood at Goose Lane

Goose Lane Editions in Fredericton recently welcomed April Penney as its new Publicity Manager. With a commerce degree from Memorial University, Penney has experience in marketing and communications in both the community economic development and food industries. Although she is new to the publishing industry, Penney says she is excited to learn the ropes and immerse herself in Goose Lane’s rich literary culture. Go, April!  

Karen Smythe’s Self-Dissection

An excerpt from This Side of Sad (copyright (c) 2017, used by permission of Goose Lane Editions), Karen Smythe’s hotly anticipated first novel. Smythe was a fiction editor of the Pottersfield Portfolio and has published short stories with some of Canada’s best literary journals.

Christopher Pratt The Places I Go

Almost otherworldly

The Places I Go
by Christopher Pratt, Mireille Eagan & Larry Dohey
$40, hardcover, 103 pp.
Goose Lane Editions, 2015