• Havana Report:  Jazz and the price of eggs

    BTL author Karen Dubinsky reports back from a recent visit to Cuba.

  • Remembering Peter Steven

    Friends of Peter Steven reflect on his contributions to Between the Lines and the Left in Canada.

  • Read for Refaat

    Global Day of Action: On January 15, 2024, forty days after Palestinian poet, editor, and educator Refaat Alareer was killed under Israeli bombardment, Publishers for Palestine is calling for a Global Day of Action, followed by a week of events, in which we read Refaat’s poetry in public and refuse business as usual, demanding an end to the genocide and the occupation.

  • Holiday Gift Guide 2023

    It’s time to unwrap the perfect holiday guide!

  • Read Palestine

    Join Between the Lines and other Publishers for Palestine members from around the world for an international #ReadPalestine week, starting Wednesday, November 29.

  • Publishers for Palestine: Statement of Solidarity

    We invite publishers, and those who work in publishing industries around the world, who stand for justice, freedom of expression, and the power of the written word, to sign this letter and join our global solidarity collective, Publishers for Palestine.

  • Introducing our fall books

    As summer wanes, usher in autumn with six forthcoming books from Between the Lines.

  • Ten years since Mégantic: the sad telling of a perfect capitalist story

    To mark the tenth anniversary of the tragic train derailment in the Quebec town of Lac-Mégantic, we share an excerpt from A Train in the Night, a graphic novel about the disaster written by Anne-Marie Saint-Cerny and illustrated by Christian Quesnel.