March 9, 2018: Professional Development – Gregory Younging – Elements of Indigenous Style

Elements of Indigenous Style offers Indigenous writers and editors—and everyone creating works about Indigenous Peoples—the first published guide to common questions and issues of style and process. Everyone working in words or other media needs to read this import ant new reference, and to keep it nearby while they’re working. The Book Publishers Association of

March 12, 2018: Call for Publishers: National Network for Equitable Library Service (NNELS)

The National Network for Equitable Library Service (NNELS) is a publicly-funded library of books in accessible formats for Canadians with print disabilities. If you haven’t heard about us before, we invite you visit our website,, or call us so we can introduce ourselves. We are hosted and operated by the BC Libraries Cooperative. NNELS is

March 18, 2018: Raymond Yakeleya Meet and Greet

“With the passing of many of our Elders, the telling of these stories becomes more valuable than ever.” — Raymond Yakeleya, Editor of the ‘Spirit of Nature’ Series and Author of The Tree By the Woodpile Raymond Yakeleya is an award-winning Dene television producer, director and writer, originally from Tulita in the Northwest Territories. His award-winning

December 13, 2017: The Global Audiobook Market: A Unique Export Opportunity

Join Michele Cobb for a webinar offering key insights into the global audiobook market. The audiobook market is an area of publishing that is witnessing unprecedented growth. Discover the opportunities and challenges the global audiobook market presents for exporting Canadian publishers of all sizes and across both languages. Designed to provide concrete information for Canadian publishers who

November 4, 2017: My Life as a Girl, So Far Book Launch (Edmonton)

Please join Patti McIntosh from Junior Global Citizen Club for the launch of  My Life as a Girl, So Far. My Life as a Girl, So Far is the fourth project by Edmonton-based Junior Global Citizen Club which has the mission to produce books and media that inspire awareness, creativity and action for junior global

September 14, 2017: The Book Publishers Association of Alberta Annual General Meeting and Conference

Please join us for the annual Book Publishers Association of Alberta Annual General Meeting and Conference from September 14-16, 2017. This year the event is being held in Edmonton at the Delta South. Conference registration is now open. 2017 Conference Program. The 2017 Book Publishers Association of Alberta Conference and Annual General Meeting provides an

September 15, 2017: Alberta Book Publishing Awards Gala

Each year we celebrate the best of Alberta book publishing with the Alberta Book Publishing Awards. This year we are excited to be presenting eleven publishing awards, as well as honouring one exceptional individual with a lifetime achievement award and celebrating the life of another well-known Canadian publisher by dedicating an award to them. View the

June 15, 2017: Book Summit 2017: Publish Well and Prosper

PUBLISH WELL AND PROSPER Social and Economic Responsibility in the Book Industry Thursday, June 15, 2017 Harbourfront Centre – 235 Queens Quay W, Toronto Book Summit Registration in the Fleck Dance Theatre Lobby – 207 Queens Quay W, Toronto Presented by the Book and Periodical Council and Humber College in association with IFOA While Corporate

June 28, 2017: PACE Summer Salon 2017: Canada’s Copyright Modernization Act

The Professional Arts Coalition of Edmonton (PACE) Summer Salon 2017: Canada’s Copyright Modernization Act: Five Years In Wednesday, June 28th, 2017 5:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. ATB Financial Arts Barns in Old Strathcona 10330 84 Ave NW Admission is free but please register on EventBrite or e-mail to RSVP Moderator: Glenn Rollans, Partner, Brush Education Inc. Panelists:

May 19, 2017: Capital City Press Festival: Celebrating Albertan Writing

EPL invites you to join us at Capital City Press Festival: Celebrating Albertan Writing, May 19-20, 2017 at the Old Strathcona Performing Arts Centre. Capital City Press Festival will be a chance for the public to peruse and purchase works published by Alberta’s writers and publishers. The festival will kick off with a reception the