Posted March 5th, 2018
The offices of Inanna Publications, Between the Lines, and Fernwood Publishing will be closed on Thursday, March 8 in solidarity with the 2018 International Women’s Strike.
Posted January 16th, 2018
Between the Lines is currently seeking applicants for an internship position.
Posted October 26th, 2017
October 26th marks 40 years of publishing for Toronto’s independent award-winning book publisher Between the Lines (BTL). Launched in 1977 Between the Lines was established as a joint project of the Development Education Centre of Toronto and Dumont Press Graphix of Kitchener. Since its founding BTL has been run cooperatively producing “books without bosses”.
Posted August 17th, 2017
A Future Without Hate or Need: The Promise of the Jewish Left in Canada by Ester Reiter has been shortlisted in history for the Vine Awards for Canadian Jewish Literature.
Posted August 8th, 2017
For the second week in a row Unsettling Canada: A National Wake-Up Call by Arthur Manuel and Grand Chief Ronald M. Derrickson is on the Canadian Bestseller list!
Posted June 29th, 2017
Between the Lines invites people to question and challenge the dominant narrative of Canada’s history and #resist150. During the month of July get 20% off select titles (see below) with promo code: resist150
Posted June 22nd, 2017
This June get 30% off a dozen #pride titles with promo code: pride17
Posted June 2nd, 2017
“Toronto’s Poor” wins Canadian Association for Work and Labour Studies Book Prize for the best book in work and labour studies.
Posted May 31st, 2017
Drawn to Change: Graphic Histories of Working-Class Struggle by the Graphic History Collective with Paul Buhle has won the Canadian Historical Association’s Public History Prize.
Posted May 30th, 2017
Drawn to Change: Graphic Histories of Working-Class Struggle by the Graphic History Collective and Paul Buhle has been awarded the prestigious Wilson Book Prize, awarded by the Wilson Institute of Canadian History at McMaster University. As part of this award Between the Lines was given $10,000 that will fund the creation of new creative and accessible Canadian history.