For over forty years, Toronto’s Coach House Books has consistently offered stellar choices in all things literature. With a catalogue that includes writers such as Anne Michaels, Di Brandt, Steve McCaffery, Michael Ondaatje and bpNichol, one can’t go wrong by supporting this local press.
This season’s list of new releases continues the tradition of awesomeness. Tonight, Coach House will launch their five spring titles with a party and reading from all five authors. The new offerings include The Girls Who Saw Everything by Sean Dixon, The Milk Chicken Bomb by Andrew Wedderburn, Notebook of Roses and Civilization by Nicole Brossard, Human Resources by Rachel Zolf, and Hippies and Bolsheviks and Other Plays by Amiel Gladstone.
Coach House’s Spring Launch takes place Wednesday, May 2 at Revival (783 College Street). The party starts at 8 p.m. and is free.
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