The Toronto Small Press Book Fair happens twice a year, so if you miss it this Saturday, you only have six months to wait for its next incarnation. Still, you might want to check it out when it sets up shop at Bloor’s Trinity St. Paul Church this weekend, especially if you’re augering for an alternative to the Chapters-Indigo experience.
One of the publishing houses in attendance will be Coach House Press, an imprint Torontoist has always liked, as much for their sumptuous printing as their historic old offices. They published Lenny Bruce is Dead, Montrealer Jonathan Goldstein’s terrific debut novel a few year’s back. And now he’s doing an Ira Glass turn on the CBC by way of Wiretap, an eminently listenable new show.