At an open-air clinic, the enigmatic twist of Dr. Mahlon Locke sets events into motions that trickle down through time until they become a relentless flood. Punctuated by unforgiving factoids and vintage postcards, Spoilers confronts the fleeting nature of fame, the human impact of progress, and the consequences of choosing art over love.


193 pages 5.25” x 8”
ISBN 978-1-926716-08-4

For more information about Spoilers, please visit
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Read more: Announcing SPOILERS by Mark Foss

Who says lawyers have all the fun? Richard King’s new novel Accounting for Crime takes you inside the world of business gone right and people gone wrong in a roman a clef that combines intrigue, love triangles, tough talking cops and cold-blooded mobsters.

“King . . . has talent and wit and Montreal.”

- Margaret Cannon, The Globe and Mail

"King’s first novel, That Sleep of Death, “is a tidily written, gripping little mystery.”
- Pat Donnelly, The Gazette


5 x 8 . 308 pages. ISBN 978-1-926716-07-7. $18.88

For information please contact:
Marion Pynn
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Read more: Announcing Richard King's "Accounting for Crime"

Rolli's Story of the week at Smokelong Quarterly

Rolli's (Charles Anderson's) story "The Man With the Ridiculously Huge Coupon" wins story of the week at Smokelong Quarterly. Read it here.



Rolli headlines at the Vertigo Reading Series

Rolli (Charles Anderson) headlines at Vertigo Reading Series, March 27, 2011, 19:00 at the Orange Izakaya, Regina, Canada. Check out his latest collection of verse, "Plum Stuff" here.

Keep an eye out for these releases. Coming soon!


Mark Foss

Accounting for Crime 

Richard King

The Midas Touch 

James Cummins and Cameron W. Reed





Jason Price Everett wins First Prize

For his "The Ghost of Bradhurst Avenue", First Prize Text in Knock our Hats Off - Issue 1: A Little Book of Curious Delights. Preview or purchase your copy here:


Richard King on CJAD 800

Listen to Richard King discuss books and movies once a month on Anne Dowson's show. Every Saturday on CJAD 800 Montreal.

Look for his novel, "Accounting for Crime" coming this Spring.


Jason Price Everett featured in Mad Hatter's Review.

Jason Price Everett's poetry is featured in the latest Mad Hatter's Review (Issue 12). See a preview here.

Mad Hatter's Review Issue 12


Photos from the Maple Vedas Launch

Courtesy of Hélène Brien photographer


Signing a copy for Solange Lefebvre, Chair of Religion Culture and Society,Université de Montreal

TaraChartrandCoverIllustrator Tara Chartrand, Cover Illustrator holding up her artwork.


Gandhar Chakravarty and Matthew Anderson, poet, writer.


Jason Price Everett's "Noma Plus" appears in New York's KGB Bar Lit Magazaine.


Read it here.

Paul Catanu author of “HEIDEGGER’S NIETZSCHE: Being and Becoming”
Presents at the SPEP 2010

Thursday 4th of November
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Marriott Chateau Champlain Hotel
Room Maisonneuve A,
1 Place du Canada, Downtown Montreal


Frederick E. Bryson's "Crossing to Tadoussac" reviews. Read them here.


Author Michael Moorcock praises Jason Price Everett's "Unfictions" :

"Jason Price Everett's UNFICTIONS is a superb first novel. It reminded me of J.G.Ballard at his best.  Everett's use of familiar brands and well-known names as narratives in their own right shows  a genuine 21st century sensibility.  He has a poet's sense of language and a painter's sense of scene, offering a clear-eyed interpretation of today's realities.  My guess is that you will become as quickly absorbed in the book as I was.  I can thoroughly recommend it."

- Michael Moorcock, Author of Breakfast in the Ruins

Author Rolli (Charles Anderson) of "Plum Stuff" is interviewed in Issue 75 of New Writer's Weekly.




The Midwest Book Review praises Frederick Bryson's "CROSSING TO TADOUSSAC"

"In a time of rapid change, it can be a confusing time to grow up. "Crossing the Tadoussac" is a coming of age novel of the Quiet Revolution, the 1960s era where there was much religious upheaval that secularized Quebec society. Through this time, a young girl becomes a woman and finds a split of worlds and eras, and understands maturity isn't easy. "Crossing to Tadoussac" is a poignant read and a very highly recommended one." CTTFront3websm

Maple Vedas by K. Gandhar Chakravarty

Colour with Original Artwork by Tara Chartrand, Chris Dyer, Collen MacIsaac. 6 x  9 . 78 pages. ISBN 978-1-926716-05-3. $18.88

Show Thieves 2010 - Poetry Anthology Limited to 888 copies. 131 pages. ISBN 978-1-926716-04-6. $11.00



A rave review of Plum Stuff in this week's Writers News Weekly.


Preview the book here!!!

Video of the launch of "Heidegger's Nietzsche: Being and Becoming" at Olivieri's Bookstore in Montreal - Watch for Part II - Coming Soon!


Librairie Olivieri & 8TH HOUSE PUBLISHING

cordially invite you to:


Librairie Olivieri
5219 Côte-des-Neiges
Wednesday, September 22
17:00 - 19:30 pm

See the book Brochure here.

Part II of Frederick E. Bryson's "Crossing to Tadoussac" Promo Video is now available. Watch it here.


Look for these new releases coming soon:



Mission statement: To rejuvenate and promote Montreal poetics in the new century.

Declaration de resolution: Rajeunir et promouvoir la poésie de Montréal dans le nouveau siècle.

SHOW THIEVES: The Montreal Poetry Anthology 2010


The Midas TouchWS

"On September 23, 2008 the three most powerful men in the American economy sat before the Senate Banking Committee to defend their plan to save the US from another Great Depression... ...This is the unknown story of how the worst economic crisis in of the last century came to pass, and the people who saw it coming only to suffer the sinister attacks of unknown criminals against their property, identity and their families. This book is about how naked shorts are counterfeiting the stocks of corporations around the world, deflating stock prices and enriching the unethical worldwide."

The Midas Touch by Cameron Reed and James Cummins




Also coming soon:

Maple Vedas by K. Gandhar Chakravarty.

Detritus and Hypodrome by Jason Price Everett

Avarice by Richard King

Opening Night by Emery Moreira

... and more!


Rolli's "Plum Stuff" hits #3 on Barnes & Noble 21st Century Canadian Poetry Best Sellers List


Listen to DJ Silence read from Jason Price Everett's Unfictions Unit I: Economies :


and Unit 63:Negative Impressions on Hispanic Women: