We are pleased to welcome the following exhibitors to our festival marketplace. Visit Publishers’ Way in the centre of Eden Mills on Sunday September 10, from noon – 6 p.m.
Learn more about our exhibitors by clicking on the links below.
Annick Press is a proudly independent children’s publisher based in Toronto that has been publishing groundbreaking and award-winning fiction and nonfiction for children and teens since 1975.
Vanessa Ireson is the author/illustrator of the picture books “Let’s Go, Goose-Goose!” and “Sir Steve and the Christmas Dragon”. She creates decodable readers for the Science of Reading literacy program.
Archetype is a Toronto-based literary journal that strives to publish creative work—essays, poetry, fiction, interviews, reviews—that reminds us of what it’s like to be made of flesh.
Between the Lines is a social movement press founded in 1977. As a product of New Left radicalism, BTL publishes nonfiction books that expose and challenge oppression in our society.
Celebrating adventures in literary publishing since 2004, Book*hug Press is a radically optimistic Canadian independent publisher working at the forefront of contemporary book culture. We publish dynamic contemporary literary fiction and nonfiction, poetry, and literature in translation.
The Bookmobile is a secondhand bookstore in an old school bus, bringing the used book experience to communities in SW Ontario. Operated by Brown & Dickson Booksellers based in London, Ontario.
As one of the few poetry-only publishers in the world, Brick Books is a hub and a home for poets and lovers of poetry.
Brick is an international literary journal published out of Toronto. With a focus on literary non-fiction, the magazine prizes the personal voice and celebrates life, art, and the written word.
After Being diagnosed with Parkinson’s I decided to write a book about kids growing up during the 1950s. I wrote the book as first person narrative Historical/Non Fiction.
CFRU 93.3FM is Guelph’s campus-community radio station and media-centre, bringing you volunteer-run programming that’s an alternative to commercial radio and connecting you to your community for over 43 years.
Our exhibit features the works of the late Tom Crothers (1932-2020). We will be featuring his third novel titled HANKY BALL, published posthumously in June 2023.
DarkWinter Literary Magazine is an independent publication from Ontario focusing on short fiction and poetry–weird, traditional with a twist, humorous, dark thoughts or elation…whatever makes us think!
When his cat isn’t on his laptop, Daryl J Ball can be found reading and writing Fantasy stories. Daryl lives in Ontario, Canada, and has written over seven spell-binding books!
David Richard Beasley has authored more than 30 books of fiction and nonfiction and published books by Major Richardson, our first novelist about whom he wrote the standard biography and discovered more of his work.
The Eden Mills and District Community Club is committed to making a positive impact in our community for our residents and its many visitors. Built in 1916, the Community Hall is the centre of the village and is a public space used to support local programs, events, fundraisers, and rental space.
We are members of the KWG twig of Editors Canada, hoping to promote our organization within the local writing community.
Sharon Frayne is the author of ‘Caught Between the Walls’ (hybrid historical fiction) and YA novel ‘The Sound of a Rainbow.’ She’s a former short story Fringe winner.
Gillian Thomas, a travel writer, crafts novels of drama and romance as well as a new genre in pocket mysteries.
Gordon Hill Press is a publisher of poetry, literary fiction, and lyric non-fiction We strive to publish exemplary writing by a diversity of writers, particularly writers living with invisible disability.
Shana Gray has written over 35 books, she writes contemporary romance and women’s fiction that might make you laugh. Her newest book release is Northern Rescue and Backdraft in paperback.
Guelph Public Library provides ways for people to explore their world, enrich their lives, and connect with their community.
I will exhibit two of my published books; How Benji Got His Name, a collection of children’s stories for toddlers, and The Reluctant Criminal, a crime fiction novel.
David M. Kelly writes fast-paced, near-future sci-fi thrillers with engaging characters, cynical humor, and (usually!) plausible science. He is the author of the Joe Ballen series, Logan’s World series, and Hyperia Jones series.
Kenton Road Press is an independent Canadian press located in Toronto. We are excited to announce Linda Walsh’s debut novel, At Half-Light : A Story of Tango and Memory.
James was born on Wikwemikong Unceded Indian Reserve 26, he is one of the preeminent international native artists with a stunning catalog of breathtaking art that hangs in galleries.
Books include the detective novels A Dish Served Cold, The Dealmaker, The Devil’s Portrait, and Rage. Geoff is a former police officer, retired after 20 years of service.
Donna McCaw has written six books including her novel, Across The Great Divide and It’s Your Time about retirement readiness.
Milk Thistle Paper Co. is your source for graphic, contemporary, and eco sensitive risograph stationery, including cards, gift wrap, notebooks, and prints for daily use and thoughtful gift giving.
PRINTOGA provides high quality printing service for authors and writers. Key services include: custom promotional bookmarks, posters, postcards, banners, booth displays, e-commerce websites and much more. Contact us today for a free quote!
Award-winning books for kids ages 5-12 that make big questions and critical thinking fun! It’s never too early (or too late) to make friends with your inner philosopher!
Tori Samuels, author of the HoliFATE series, can be found sipping peppermint mochas, snuggling with her dogs, and dreaming up the next perfect contemporary romance novel. A native resident of Bolton, Canada, Samuels uses her hometown as the backdrop for her witty and swoon worthy cast of characters.
Jason Shannon is the author of five novels, The Zimmer Insurgency, The Hounds of Harujin, The Moon Panther, Rain’s Agenda, and The Ballad of Tumelun Tombs.
Story Maker, by Alexis Hoy, is a hand spun tale of the magic of making. This illustrated short novel includes 12 original knitting patterns inspired by the story.
The Ampersand Review of Writing & Publishing is a bi-annual literary magazine that provides a venue for innovative writing from across the country while showcasing the essential relationship between writing and publishing.
The New Quarterly is a Canadian literary magazine that publishes short fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction from emerging and established Canadian writers. Learn more at: https://tnq.ca/
Vocamus Writers Community is an incorporated non-profit organization that promotes reading, writing, and publishing in and around the city of Guelph, Ontario.
I have been a vendor on Publisher’s Way since 2018 and love being a part of the festival. I will be bringing my self-published books along with my personally handcrafted, individually themed jewel bookmarks.
The Wellington County Library system consists of 14 branches across the County. Our library staff are dedicated, skilled, and friendly members of your community. Come see what your library has to offer!
The Legend of Black Eyed Bart is a 5-part series of action packed adventure stories. Illustrated chapter books for children 6 to 10.