Invisible Publishing takes Toronto

Halifax authors, including our own Mike Holmes, launched books this weekend.

Mike Holmes and Invisible designer Megan Fildes, who won third prize in this year's Alcuin Book Design Award.

This past week local publishers Invisible Publishing took their act on the road, with a mini book tour of Anna Quon's Migration Songs and our very own Mike Holmes' This American Drive. I caught up with the crew at Quon's launch at the Toronto Women's Bookstore. Sadly I missed Holmes' party, which sounded like a blast: it was held at gallery Mercer Union, with a performance by the Wordburglar. How appropriate.

Watch for official Halifax launches for both these authors.

A fuzzy photo of Anna Quon reading.
  • A fuzzy photo of Anna Quon reading.

Invislble Publishing publisher Robbie MacGregor sporting facial hair from the road, a new publishing tradition.
  • Invislble Publishing publisher Robbie MacGregor sporting facial hair from the road, a new publishing tradition.

Mike Holmes and Invisible designer Megan Fildes, who won third prize in this years Alcuin Book Design Award.
  • Mike Holmes (who shaved off his tour 'stache) and Invisible designer Megan Fildes, who won third prize in this year's Alcuin Book Design Award.

Support The Coast

At a time when the city needs local coverage more than ever, we’re asking for your help to support independent journalism. We are committed as always to providing free access to readers, particularly as we confront the impact of COVID-19 in Halifax and beyond.

Read more about the work we do here, or consider making a donation. Thank you for your support!

Comments (0)

Add a comment

Add a Comment

Get more Halifax

The Coast Daily email newsletter is your extra dose of the city Monday through Friday. Sign up and go deep on Halifax.


Recent Comments