Homing: the whole story (from the inside out) Stephanie Domet
“Stephanie Domet’s writing is lyrical and profound, wired with amplified moments of wonder and grace.”
—John K. Samson,
Singer-songwriter, The Weakerthans
A funny, urban love story, Homing is the story … More
The Same Woman Thea Lim
“Thea Lim understands the cultural nuances of our time better than any emerging writer in English. To read Thea Lim is to read the very heart of humanity—and meet the cosmopolitan future head on.”
—George … More
Bats or Swallows Teri Vlassopoulos
The innocence and clarity of Teri Vlassopoulos’s narrative voice reveals new and unexpected layers. The characters in these stories look for signs and omens as they attempt to understand events in their lives… More
The Art of Trespassing Anna Leventhal et al.
“An anthology of new writers that sparkles with imagination, energy, and flashes of poetry. And perhaps most importantly, it’s an awfully fun read.”
—Jonathan Goldstein, Author of Lenny Bruce… More
Fear of Fighting Stacey May Fowles et al.
Combining Stacey May Fowles’s sharp prose with Marlena Zuber’s whimsical illustrations, Fear of Fighting revolves around Marnie, a broken-hearted young woman fighting for something more in Toronto’s lonely,… More
In a Mist Devon Code
“In these deft and engaging stories Devon Code explores the subliminal forces that shape people’s lives and reminds us how deeply mysterious the ordinary world is.”
—John Steffler, Author of The Afterlife… More
Transits: stories from inbetween Jaime Forsythe et al.
The Transits collection embodies what Invisible Publishing is all about: encouraging storytellers, helping new and emerging writers develop their craft and find an audience.
Featuring the work of ten new Canadian… More
Ghost Pine: All Stories True Jeff Miller
Jeff Miller has published Ghost Pine (originally Otaku) since 1996. Whether documenting his youth in suburban Ottawa in the late 1990s, travels across North America or his current home of Montreal, Miller’s autobiographical… More
L (and things come apart) Ian Orti
A small flat sits unoccupied above Henry’s café. When a woman comes to rent the room, Henry’s world begins an unusual transformation. As they grow closer the city itself is affected, changed, and slowly dismantled.… More