It’s the time of year when most of us will be travelling and going on vacations (except me, I’m always working). So, here’s a handy guide from The New York Times on tipping while travelling, featuring etiquette expert Karen Cleveland (who also happens to be the co-author of the upcoming Holy (!) Matrimony)!
Catch Erika Nielsen talking about Sound Mind on Global’s The Morning Show!
We’re thrilled to report the following deals!
- World English Audio rights for A.G. Pasquella‘s Yard Dog and Carve the Heart, sold to Dreamscape Audio, for November 2019 publication.
- In Holy (!) Matrimony: A Modern Guide to Conscious Coupling, Toronto writers Karen Cleveland and Michelle Bilodeau take on the wedding industry. Equal parts modern wedding planning guide and feminist manifesto, the book encourages couples to take a critical eye to their nuptials by questioning manufactured “traditions”, outlandish budgets, and the omnipresent pressure for perfection. North American English rights sold to Dundurn Press, for Spring 2021 publication.
- Field Notes from an Unintentional Birder by Julia Zarankin is a thoughtful and witty memoir that follows the author’s peregrinations as she discovers an unexpected passion for birding, along with a new understanding of the world and her own place in it. North American English rights sold to Douglas & McIntyre, for Spring 2020 publication.
In the United States, over 32 million Americans have food allergies, including 18 million children under the age of 18. (Food Allergy Research & Education) In Canada, there are 2.6 million, including 500,000 children, who live with food allergies that need to be managed on a daily basis. (Food Allergy Canada). These numbers are increasing, but the amount and quality of resources to help cope has been scarce.
On Thursday May 30, join Amanda Orlando (author and creator of Everyday Allergen-Free) as she launches EVERYONE’S WELCOME: THE ART OF LIVING AND EATING ALLERGEN-FREE. There will be a discussion about the book and living with allergies, and samples from the cookbook. There will be books for sale, and a signing.
May 30, 7pm-8pm
Indigo Books (Bay Bloor)
55 Bloor Street East, Toronto, Ontario
Hope to see you there!
Copies of Amanda Orlando’s Everyone’s Welcome have been spotted in the wild, your local Indigo store!
Read Teri Vlassopoulos’s “Why I don’t Call my Child a Miracle“, in Catapault. The original essay was featured in Through, Not Around: Stories of Infertility and Pregnancy Loss.
Here’s the cover reveal for Amanda Orlando’s Everyone’s Welcome, an inclusive cookbook for people living with food allergy, and those that cook for them. Everyone’s Welcome comes out May 2019 with Touchwood Editions.
Here’s the cover for Erika Nielsen’s Sound Mind: My Bipolar Journey from Chaos to Composure, a memoir about her journey from being diagnosed to living with bipolar disorder, and how to live creatively, productively, and healthily with a mental illness. Sound Mind comes out in the UK November 2018 and in North America in March 2019.