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    Cedar and Salt Vancouver Island Recipes from Forest, Farm, Field, and Sea DL Acken Canada, Emily Lycopolus Canada
    9781771512947 Hardcover COOKING / Regional & Ethnic On Sale Date:October 08, 2019
    $45.00 CAD 7.25 x 10 x 0.25 in | 1 gr | 320 pages Carton Quantity:12 Canadian Rights: Y TouchWood Editions
    • Marketing Copy

      Description

      A Globe and Mail Top 100 Book that Shaped 2019
      Winner of a 2019 Alcuin Society Award for Excellence in Book Design
      Winner of a 2020 Gourmand World Cookbook Award in Canada
      Finalist for a 2021 Pacific Northwest Book Award
      Finalist for a 2020 Taste Canada Award
      Finalist for a 2020 BC and Yukon Book Prize

      Homegrown, modern recipes that feature the most treasured local ingredients from Vancouver Island’s forests, fields, farms and sea.

      Off the shore of Canada’s west coast lies a food lover’s island paradise. Vancouver Island’s temperate climate nurtures a bounty of wild foods, heritage grains, organic produce, sustainable meats and artisan-crafted edible delights. This thoughtfully curated, beautifully photographed cookbook brings Vancouver Island’s abundant food scene into the kitchens of home cooks everywhere.

      While celebrating such treasures such as fresh blackberries, foraged chanterelles and fiddleheads, freshly harvested spot prawns or oysters, line-caught spring salmon, grass-fed beef, and cultivated foods like heritage red fife wheat, the book's recipes highlight the most sought-after ingredients on the island and honour the producers and artisans dedicated to sustainable and ethical producing and harvesting.

      Try recipes like Craft Beer–Braised Island Beef Brisket, Nettle and Chèvre Ravioli, and Beetroot and Black Walnut Cake featuring Denman Island Chocolate. Divided into four sections—forest, field, farm, and sea—Cedar and Salt puts the taste of Vancouver Island on a pedestal, and then brings it to your plate.

      Bio

      Danielle (DL) Acken is a Canadian-born international food writer and photographer who splits her time between London, UK and her farm studio on Canada’s beautiful Salt Spring Island. See her work at dlacken.com.



      Emily Lycopolus is a recipe developer, the author of six olive oil-focused cookbooks, a level two olive oil sommelier, the co-founder of eatcreative.ca, a food-driven creative content agency, and the founder of The Olive Oil Critic (oliveoilcritic.com). Her family owns an olive grove in central Italy, where her love of olive oil began. She lives in Victoria, BC.

      Marketing & Promotion
        Marketing plans
        • Regional and subject-specific print features, recipes excerpts, and review coverage targeting the Times Colonist, Vancouver Sun, Edible Vancouver Island, YAM magazine, EAT magazine, Western Living, BC Living, Vancouver Observer, Globe and Mail, Focus, BC BookWorld
        • Broadcast and television interviews targeting CBC's national food columnist Khalil Akhtar, CBC's On the Island, CBC's All Points West, CBC's BC Today, CHEK News, Global Vancouver Island
        • Outreach to subject-specific organizations, markets and festivals such as the BC Seafood Festival, Bite of Nanaimo festival, and the Cowichan Craft Beer and Food Festival

        Marketing Deliverables
        • Electronic blad / sampler
        • Excerpts
        • Online banner
        • Press release
        • Postcard

        BISACs
        • CKB091000    COOKING / Regional & Ethnic / Canadian
        • CKB059000    COOKING / Specific Ingredients / Natural Foods

        BISAC Regional Themes
        • 4.0.2.0.2.2.0 Vancouver Island
        • 4.0.1.6.0.0.0 Western & Pacific States

        THEMA Subject Codes
        WBA, WBTF, WBN, 1KBC-CA-BL, 1KBB-US-WP



    • Awards & Reviews

      Awards
      Reviews

      "A terrific success. . . "


      "Acken and Lycopolus are persuasive ambassadors for their beloved Island. Cedar and Salt’s visual food tour, complete with lists of local farmers markets and farm-to-table restaurants, makes it hard to resist a trip to Vancouver Island for a real-life food tour."


      Lush and eloquent . . . Cedar and Salt is among a new breed of regional Canadian explorations. Inextricable from its location, it's a snapshot of a specific food culture with expansive appeal all the same . . . The choice to structure the book by geography coupled with Acken's atmospheric photography gives readers a deeper sense of place."


      "It's easy to be inspired by the terroir on and around Vancouver Island, but Salt Spring Island and Victoria food writers D.L. Acken and Emily Lycopolus do a spectacular job of gathering it all up and putting it on a pedestal . . . unpretentious and completely approachable."


      "As lovers of food and photography, we can’t think of a more inviting activity this season than to hunker down in the kitchen with the newly published, hyper-local Vancouver Island cookbook, Cedar and Salt. (Equally so, ogling and drooling over its pages while cozied up on a comfy chair.)"


      "This is a thoughtful cookbook—one for our time, when the food we eat is not just about achieving the best flavour and long-lasting sustenance (though of course those considerations remain a constant), but also when the ingredients we reach for and the food businesses we support are a reflection of how we value our community and how we treat the planet. It offers a quiet call to action and reminds us of the importance of supporting our local food economy. We all have something to gain by strengthening food security . . . and this beautiful book demonstrates that this is certainly not a hardship.”

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    In Nature's Realm Early Naturalists Explore Vancouver Island Michael Layland Canada
    9781771513067 Hardcover HISTORY / Canada On Sale Date:October 08, 2019
    $40.00 CAD 10.12 x 9.38 x 0.25 in | 100 gr | 288 pages Carton Quantity:8 Canadian Rights: Y TouchWood Editions
    • Marketing Copy

      Description

      Winner of the 2020 Basil Stuart Stubbs Prize
      Winner of the 2019 Lieutenant Governor’s Medal for Historical Writing

      A celebration of the richly diverse flora and fauna of Vancouver Island as explored through the records of explorers, settlers, and visitors, and with due respect to the wealth of Indigenous traditional knowledge of the island’s ecosystems.

      In Nature’s Realm gathers initial reports, recorded histories, and personal accounts left by Vancouver Island’s early naturalists who studied the region’s flora and fauna.

      Many, such as Archibald Menzies, accompanied English and Spanish explorations investigating the coastal geography for colonial expansion. Doctor–naturalists such as John Scouler, David Douglas, and Robert Brown worked with the Hudson’s Bay Company and collected specimens. Irish-born John Macoun, a renowned naturalist, brought his expertise to Vancouver Island, as did botanical artists Sarah Lindley (Lady Crease) and Emily Henrietta Woods.

      In Nature’s Realm is a companion volume to Layland’s two previous titles: A Perfect Eden: Encounters by Early Explorers of Vancouver Island, shortlisted for a BC Book Prize in two categories; and The Land of Heart's Delight: Early Maps and Charts of Vancouver Island, shortlisted for the Bill Duthie Booksellers’ Choice Prize, and for the City of Victoria Butler Book Prize.

      Bio

      Michael Layland was president of the Victoria Historical Society, the Friends of the BC Archives, and is an amateur naturalist. Trained as an officer and mapmaker in the Royal Engineers, now retired, he has authored three books on the progression of European knowledge of Vancouver Island. Discover more at michaellayland.com.

      Marketing & Promotion
        Marketing plans
        • Regional and subject-specific print features, recipes excerpts, and review coverage targeting the Times Colonist, Vancouver Sun, BC BookWorld, Strong Nations, Common Ground, Victoria News, BC Studies, BC History, Canadian Field-Naturalist, Ormsby Review, BC Nature
        • Publicity and promotion in conjunction with author's speaking engagements in regional locations such as Victoria, Duncan, Nanaimo, Port Alberni, Comox, Campbell River
        • Outreach to subject-specific organizations such as the Victoria Natural History Society, Federation of BC Naturalists, Canadian Wildlife Federation
        • Outreach to travel and tourism organizations including Travel BC, Tourism Industry Association of BC, Tourism Vancouver Island, Tourism Victoria
        Marketing Deliverables
        • Electronic blad / sampler
        • Excerpts
        • Online banner
        • Press release
        • Postcard
        BISACs
        • HIS006000   HISTORY / Canada / General
        • NAT000000    NATURE / General
        BISAC Regional Themes
        4.0.2.0.2.2.0 Vancouver Island

        THEMA Subject Codes

        WNP, WNCB, NHK, 1KBC-CA-BL, 3KL, 3M


    • Awards & Reviews

      Awards
      Reviews

      "It is difficult to convey the excellence of this book. The 150 illustrations (sketches, woodcuts, paintings, photos) alone make it a treasure . . . a top-notch book and one I highly recommend." —BC History

      "Leaving no stone unturned cartographer Layland has brought to life a cast of characters a mile long and each one a little masterpiece of story telling." —BC Nature

      "Michael Layland has done it again . . . In his new book he has prepared a major study of the early naturalists who explored Vancouver Island. To say this fills a gap in our knowledge is an understatement . . . we have had nothing like it. Now, though, we have a large, comprehensive work, that covers many people and topics. For some of us it opens up a whole new area of study. . . . This will be a standard reference text on Vancouver Island for years to come." —Stephen Ruttan, The Log, Friends of Ecological Reserves Newsletter

      "There is never a dull moment in this beautiful and thoroughly enjoyable book. It will appeal to Indigenous elders, armchair adventurers, Island hikers and coastal sailors, student, amateur and professional historians, artists, botanists and photographers, museum and art gallery curators—and everyone who appreciates a well-written and gorgeously illustrated book." —BC BookWorld

      "This is a book of history rather than "natural history." While Layland's subjects focus on wildlife, he focuses on them. . . On the dust jacket of In Nature's Realm [Layland] presents as an "amateur naturalist"; amateur here must be interpreted in its full sense as one who pursues an interest purely for the love of it. That is how we should approach these books — for the love of it — for the love of history as continuing connecting narrative full of chance encounters and surprising recognitions, for the love of maps and hummingbirds, of obsessive personalities and true adventures on land and sea, probably also for the love of place." —Dorchester Review

      "Large and brimming with information on British Columbia’s coastal past and horticultural endeavours, as well as being stunningly designed and illustrated – it’s like a coffee-table book, but with a vast amount of beautifully presented knowledge on both flora and fauna and historical discovery." —Times Colonist

      "An artistic and literary achievement. . ." —BC Studies

  • 3
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    9781771513104 Hardcover ART / Canadian Publication Date:November 05, 2019
    $35.00 CAD 10 x 9 x 0.25 in | 200 gr | 204 pages Carton Quantity:18 Canadian Rights: Y TouchWood Editions
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      Description

      A retrospective on one of BC’s most famous artists that features beautifully reproduced landscape paintings from all over mainland BC, and unveils new photographs, sketches, and ephemera from the artist’s estate.

      E. J. Hughes (1913–2007) is British Columbia’s best-loved landscape painter. His lavish, picturesque views of the province are appreciated by art professionals and the public alike.

      Following the success of his previous volume, E. J. Hughes Paints Vancouver Island, author and artist Robert Amos tracks the footsteps of Hughes as he travelled throughout mainland British Columbia, from Stanley Park to Savary Island, from the Fraser Valley to the Okanagan, and from the Kootenays to the Rockies between the 1930s and 1970s.

      Working the with Estate of E. J. Hughes, Amos has crafted a nuanced representation of the activities and life of this exceptionally talented and private man. Both biography and monograph, this book features full-page, full-colour reproductions of Hughes’s finest paintings, many of them published here for the first time. Each painting is accompanied by supporting sketches, drawings, and photographs from Hughes’s personal archive.

      Bio

      Robert Amos has published eight books on art, including E. J. Hughes Paints Vancouver Island, and was the arts columnist for Victoria’s Times Colonist newspaper for more than thirty years. He was elected to the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts in 1995 and is an Honorary Citizen of Victoria. He now lives in Oak Bay with his wife, artist and author Sarah Amos. For more information visit, robertamos.com.

      Marketing & Promotion
        Marketing plans
        • National, regional, and subject-specific print features, recipes excerpts, and review coverage targeting the  Vancouver Sun, Globe and Mail, Montreal Gazette, Canada's History, MacLeans magazine, BC History, Times Colonist, BC BookWorld, Common Ground, Victoria News, BC Studies, Ormsby Review, Preview, Vue Weekly, Galleries West, Canadian Geographic
        • Broadcast interviews targeting CBC’s The Next Chapter, CBC’s All Points West, CBC’s North by Northwest, CBC’s Daybreak Kamloops, CBC’s Daybreak South, CBC’s On the Coast, CBC’s Almanac, CBC’s Early Edition, CKNW radio
        • Publicity and promotion in conjunction with author's speaking engagements, possible regional author tour 
        • Outreach to travel and tourism organizations including Travel BC, Tourism Industry Association of BC, Tourism Vancouver, Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association, Tourism Kelowna
        • Outreach to subject-specific organizations, markets and festivals

        Marketing Deliverables
        • Electronic blad / sampler
        • Excerpts
        • Online banner
        • Press release
        • Postcard

        BISACs
        • ART016030    ART / Individual Artists / Monographs
        • BIO001000    BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY Artists, Architects, Photographers
        • BIO001000    BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY  Artists, Architects, Photographers
        • ART015040    ART / Canadian

        BISAC Regional Themes
        • 4.0.2.0.2.0.0 British Columbia
        • 4.0.2.0.2.1.0 Vancouver

        THEMA Subject Codes
        AGB, AFC, DNBF, 1KBC-CA-BF, 1KBC-CA-BD, 3MPBGH, 3MPBGJ, 3MPBL, 3MPQM, 3MPQS
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    Return to Spinner's Inlet Stories Don Hunter Canada
    9781771513081 Paperback FICTION / General On Sale Date:October 29, 2019
    $22.00 CAD 5.5 x 8.5 x 0.25 in | 200 gr | 224 pages Carton Quantity:32 Canadian Rights: Y Touchwood Editions
    • Marketing Copy

      Description

      A collection of connected short stories set in a fictional town in BC’s Gulf Islands where attitude is everything, and everybody has one.

      For years, “Spinner's Inlet” was Don Hunter's beloved serialized newspaper column that ran in the Province, Vancouver’s newspaper. Eventually Hunter compiled the columns to create Spinner's Inlet, the bestselling book published in 1989. Thirty years later, Hunter revisits the fictional coastal community and its quirky inhabitants, who are ready to entertain a brand-new generation of readers.

      Although the cast of characters has evolved, Samson and Rachel Spinner are still around, suitably older and possibly a little wiser, as are some of the more familiar folks.

      A humorous read that will appeal to fans of Jack Hodgins, Bill Gaston, and Pat Carney, Return to Spinner's Inlet will draw you in, charm you to bits, and leave you chuckling with recognition.

      Bio

      Don Hunter grew up in Cumbria, England, attended Workington Grammar School, and served two years with 23 Parachute Field Ambulance before completing teacher training at Chester. He taught for two years before he and his wife June emigrated to B.C. in 1961. After eight years teaching in B.C. and gaining a B.Ed. at UBC, he switched to journalism and spent almost 30 years with The Province newspaper as reporter, editor and finally senior columnist. He had earlier worked also as a farm labourer, strawberry picker, mail deliverer, taxi driver, longshoreman, construction worker, and screenwriter.

      The Hunters built a home on Galiano Island, becoming part-time members of a community whose occupants inspired many of the tales from Spinner’s Inlet. Don and his wife live in Fort Langley. They have two daughters and three grandchildren.

      Marketing & Promotion
        Marketing plans
        • Regional and subject-specific print features, excerpts and review coverage in the Times Colonist, Vancouver Sun, Vancouver Province, BC BookWorld, local newspapers
        • Outreach to subject-specific organizations, markets and festivals like the Sunshine Coast Festival of Written Arts, Victoria Festival of authors, Galiano Literary Festival, Words on the Water 
        • Blogger outreach, online ads and social media campaigns

        Marketing Deliverables
        • Electronic ARCs
        • Excerpts
        • Online banner
        • Press release
        • Bookmark

        BISACs
        • FIC000000    FICTION / General
        • FIC029000     FICTION / Short Stories (single author)
        • FIC066000     FICTION / Small Town & Rural

        BISAC Regional Themes
        • 4.0.2.0.2.0.0 British Columbia
        • 4.0.2.0.2.2.0 Vancouver Island

        BISAC Merchandising Themes
        • ET140    CULTURAL HERITAGE / Multicultural
        • ET190    CULTURAL HERITAGE / Scandinavian
        • ET200    CULTURAL HERITAGE / Scottish

        THEMA Subject Codes
        FQ, FU, 1KBC-CA-BFM



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    Dance Me to the End Ten Months and Ten Days with ALS Alison Acheson Canada
    9781927366868 Paperback BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Personal Memoirs Publication Date:October 08, 2019
    $22.00 CAD 5.5 x 8.5 x 0.25 in | 100 gr | 320 pages Carton Quantity:32 Canadian Rights: Y TouchWood Editions
    • Marketing Copy

      Description

      A profoundly honest and intensely personal story of a woman who cares for her husband after the devastating terminal diagnosis of ALS.

      Marty, age 57, was given a preliminary diagnosis of ALS by his family doctor. Seven weeks later, the diagnosis was confirmed by a neurologist. Ten months and ten days later, Marty passed away.

      From day one, Alison, Marty’s spouse of over twenty-five years, kept a journal as a way to navigate the overwhelming state of her mind and soul. Soon the rawness of her words harmonized to tell the story of Marty’s diagnosis, illness, and decline. Her journal became a chronicle of caregiving as well as an emotional exploration of the tensions between the intuitive and the pragmatic, the logical and illogical, and the all-consuming demands of being both spouse and nurse. Divided into short pieces, some of which reads as free verse, Alison’s words are at times profoundly intense and painfully private.

      The composition of the intricate notes of a life in its final movements includes another stanza of the journal that became Dance Me to the End: the guiding of children grappling with the imminent loss of a parent, and the shifting roles of family, friends, and community—all of which add their own complex rhythms.

      Dance Me to the End is an evocative memoir about the emotional impact of witnessing a loved one suffer from a neurological, degenerative, and terminal disease. This is a detailed account of grief, shock and pain coexisting with the levity, laughter and love shared with her husband and sons in those final months of Marty's life.

      Bio

      Alison Acheson is the author of ten books, including the short story collection Learning to Live Indoors (Porcupine’s Quill), which was praised by the Globe & Mail for its “arresting and crystalline clarity”. She teaches creative writing at the University of British Columbia, and lives in Vancouver, BC.

      Marketing & Promotion
        Marketing plans
        • National, regional, and subject-specific print features, excerpts, review coverage targeting Kirkus Reviews, Publishers Weekly, Shelf Awareness Readers, Booklist, Forward Reviews, Library Journal, Globe and Mail, Quill & Quire, Vancouver Sun, Georgia Straight, CBC Books, BookForum, Book Page
        • broadcast and television interviews targeting CBC’s The Next Chapter, CBC’s On the Coast, CBC’s All Points West, NPR’s Fresh Air, CKNW’s Simi Sara Show, Victoria’s 98.e5 the Ocean, Breakfast Television Vancouver, Global News Morning Vancouver, CTV News Morning Live Vancouver
        • Outreach to subject-specific organizations such as the ALS Association, markets and
          festivals such as Vancouver Writers Fest, Toronto International Festival of Authors, Sunshine Coast Festival of Authors, Galiano Writers Festival 
        • Publicity and promotion in conjunction with author's speaking engagements
        • Blogger outreach, online ads and social media campaigns

        Marketing Deliverables
        • Electronic and print ARCs
        • Excerpts
        • Online banner
        • Press release
        • Bookmark

        BISACs
        • BIO022000       BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Women
        • MED011000  MEDICAL / Caregiving
        • BIO026000               BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Personal Memoirs

        BISAC Merchandising Themes
        TP090     TOPICAL / Women's Interest

        THEMA Subject Codes
        DNC, VFJB, MKFK, MBPN, VFG 


    • Awards & Reviews

      Awards
      Reviews
      A raw, elegant, and beautiful masterclass on love, loss, marriage, and grief from an unflinching storyteller. Brimming with poetic intensity and personal wisdom, Acheson’s memoir will move you to tears.
      "An achingly painful memoir . . . told with honesty and grace."
      This lyrical debut . . . captures life as a series of snapshots, as a couple grows simultaneously closer together and further apart in the wake of a sudden life change . . . A mesmerizing memoir by a talented writer on coming to terms with the unexpected.
      This elegant memoir bears precise and intimate witness to the experience of caring for a loved one with a terminal disease. It examines the rhythms of marital love—how care flourishes and frays, retracts and rallies—under the most difficult of situations. Alison Acheson has gifted us a book with a genuinely human and complex heart.
      Dance Me to the End recounts one wife’s attempt to fulfil her vow to love ‘in sickness and in health,’ yet also to love and care for herself under the self-sacrificing demands of ALS. Acheson unflinchingly explores the nuanced and complicated emotions of the caregiver, the physical toll of caring, as well as the quotidian kindnesses and cruelties of health professionals and well-meaning strangers and friends. Fierce and tender, funny and utterly wrenching, this is as intimate a portrait of a marriage as I have ever read.
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    Radiant Voices 21 Feminist Essays for Rising Up Inspired by EMMA Talks Carla Bergman Canada
    9781927366844 Paperback LITERARY COLLECTIONS / Women Authors Publication Date:October 08, 2019
    $22.00 CAD 5.5 x 8.5 x 0.25 in | 100 gr | 224 pages Carton Quantity:33 Canadian Rights: Y TouchWood Editions
    • Marketing Copy

      Description

      A collection of essays inspired by EMMA Talks, a speakers’ series committed to amplifying the voices of thinkers, activists, scholars, artists, and community builders who are also women-identified, trans, and gender-nonconforming folks.

      From Idle No More to Black Lives Matter to the Me Too movements and more, one thing is certain: There is a burgeoning collective desire to hear non-dominant voices in subtle, curious, generative ways.

      The Vancouver-based EMMA Talks speakers’ series amplifies the voices of women-identified, trans, and gender-nonconforming folks. Curated by carla bergman, the series showcases a diversity of writers, thinkers, activists, scholars, artists, and community builders. Radiant Voices is the anthology inspired by EMMA Talks.

      Through engaging essays by Leanne Betasamosake Simpson, Silvia Federici, Vivek Shraya, Chief Janice George, dr. amina wadud, Astra Taylor, and others, seasoned writers align with emerging writers who share from a worldview that promotes anti-racism, anti-sexism, anti-ageism, and anti-ableism, and much more. Themes of connection, rediscovery, creating, social justice, celebration, and matriarchy are revealed in these 21 essays.

      This is an era in which the marginalized can publicly share their stories en masse. Now is the time to celebrate the eruption of all these radiant voices.

      Bio

      carla bergman is an independent scholar, filmmaker, and producer. She is the co-director of EMMA Talks, a mini-art festival and speaker’s series by women, co-editor of Stay Solid: A Radical Handbook for Youth, and co-author of Joyful Militancy: Building Thriving Resistance in Toxic Times. carla lives in Vancouver, BC on Squamish, Musqueam, and Tsleil-Waututh lands.

      Marketing & Promotion
        Marketing plans
        • National, regional, and subject-specific print features, excerpts, review coverage targeting Kirkus Reviews, Publishers Weekly, Shelf Awareness Readers, Booklist, Forward Reviews, Library Journal, Globe and Mail, Quill & Quire, Vancouver Sun, Georgia Straight, Room magazine, Vancouver Is Awesome, CBC Books, BookForum, Book Page, Bustle, Buzzfeed
        • broadcast and television interviews targeting CBC’s The Next Chapter, CBC’s On the Coast, CBC’s All Points West, NPR’s Fresh Air, CKNW’s Simi Sara Show, Breakfast Television Vancouver, Global News Morning Vancouver, CTV News Morning Live Vancouver
        • Outreach to subject-specific organization, markets and festivals such as Vancouver Writers
          Fest, Toronto International Festival of Authors, Sunshine Coast Festival of Authors, Galiano Writers Festival, Growing Room  
        • Publicity and promotion in conjunction with author's speaking engagements
        • Blogger outreach, online ads and social media campaigns

        Marketing Deliverables
        • Electronic and print ARCs
        • Excerpts
        • Online banner
        • Press release
        • Bookmark

        BISACs
        • LCO010000   LITERARY COLLECTIONS / Essays
        • LCO019000   LITERARY COLLECTIONS / Women Authors
        • LIT003000     LITERARY CRITICISM / Feminist

        BISAC Regional Themes
        • 4.0.0.0.0.0.0 North America 
        • 4.0.2.0.0.0.0 Canada

        BISAC Merchandising Themes
        • ET140    CULTURAL HERITAGE / Multicultural
        • TP090    TOPICAL / Women's Interest


        THEMA Subject Codes
        JBSF1, JBSF11, JMH, 5AU

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