APPETITE BY RANDOM HOUSE
Launched under the direction of respected and award-winning publisher Robert McCullough, Appetite by Random House offers readers a carefully selected collection of lifestyle titles in categories including food, wine, health, and design.
Named Horror Publisher of the Year 2011 by Rue Morgue Magazine, ChiZine Publications is a World Fantasy Award-nominated independent publisher of weird, surreal, subtle, and disturbing dark literary fiction, hand-picked by Bram Stoker Award-winning editors of the online magazine ChiZine: Treatments of Light and Shade in Words, Brett Savory and Sandra Kasturi.
CookeMcDermid was founded in 2017 when two preeminent literary agencies, The Cooke Agency and The McDermid Agency, amalgamated, combining over 47 years of experience. CookeMcDermid represents authors of literary, commercial and SFF fiction; a broad range of narrative non-fiction; health & wellness resources; and middle-grade and young adult books.
One of Canada’s most prominent publishers for over fifty years, Doubleday Canada is committed to producing the finest fiction from both established and new voices and to developing challenging and entertaining non-fiction for a broad and diverse reading public.
Alfred A. Knopf Canada—familiarly known as “Knopf Canada”—has long been recognized as one of the premier Canadian publishers of literary fiction and non-fiction. Knopf Canada publishes works marked by original, intelligent perspectives. Whether they take the form of novel, short story, travelogue, biography, or any other guise in between, Knopf Canada fosters compelling, literary books with vital roles to play in our everyday lives and in shaping our cultural vision.
McCLELLAND & STEWART
Founded in Toronto in 1906, McClelland & Stewart is the originating publisher of many distinguished fiction and non-fiction authors, including Leonard Cohen, Irving Layton, Stephen Leacock, Alistair MacLeod, Guy Vanderhaeghe, L.M. Montgomery, and Farley Mowat. McClelland & Stewart's publishing mandate is simply stated: aim to publish the best books in the best way. Their exceptional list includes literary fiction, history, biography, poetry, politics, and sports.
Penguin Canada, founded in 1974, is one of Canada's preeminent trade publishers, publishing and distributing a wide range of literary, thought-provoking fiction, non-fiction, lifestyle and children's books.
RANDOM HOUSE CANADA
Since beginning their Canadian publishing program in 1986, Random House Canada has become Canada’s premier general interest publishing imprint, featuring a diverse list of literary and quality commercial fiction, top Canadian and international cookbooks, and some of the boldest non-fiction being published today.
RICK BROADHEAD & ASSOCIATES
Rick Broadhead & Associates is one of North America's premier literary agencies, representing both American and Canadian non-fiction authors. The agency's clients include Dr. William Davis, author of the #1 New York Times Bestseller Wheat Belly with sales of over one million copies; astronaut Chris Hadfield, author of An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth; filmmaker and outdoor adventurer Les Stroud, author of Survive!; journalist Amanda Lang, author of The Power of Why, and many others.
SMALL BEER PRESS
Small Beer Press is a World Fantasy Award-winning publisher of literary and speculative fiction. Co-founded by Kelly Link and Gavin J. Grant in 2000, Small Beer Press, which is based in Western Massachusetts, publishes 6-10 books a year as well as a zine, LCRW. Small Beer titles have won the Philip K. Dick, World Fantasy, Shirley Jackson, Tiptree, Mythopoeic, Crawford, and Norton awards, among others, and have been selected as best of the year by Booklist, Time Magazine, Salon, Village Voice, the San Francisco Chronicle, Locus, and Publishers Weekly.
Tundra Books is a leader in children’s publishing, bringing award-winning fiction, non-fiction, and picture books to an international market. From the time of its founding in 1967, Tundra has been dedicated to helping people tell their own stories, to introducing gallery artists to young children, to creating a balance between information and beauty in non-fiction books, and to keeping in print the books children love, so they can share them years later with their own children.