Events | Book*hug Press - Part 2

Toronto Word on the Street presents Shani Mootoo

Queen's Park Circle

Toronto Word on the Street presents Life's Poetic Turns with Shani Mootoo, author of Cane | Fire, Natalie Wee, and Andrew Faulkner. The intersections, reinventions, and growing pains we so often experience […]


Toronto Word on the Street presents Shannon Webb-Campbell

Queen's Park Circle

Toronto Word on the Street presents Storming the Street: Lee Maracle's Legacy with  Shannon Webb-Campbell, author of Lunar Tides and I Am a Body of Land, Cody Caetano, and Drew Hayden Taylor. […]


Event Horizon presents Marianne Apostolides

Mandy's Bistro 123 Danforth Avenue, Toronto, ON

Join us for the Event Horizon: Celebrating Books Published in Spring 2020! Launch from the black hole with Marianne Apostolides, author of I Can’t Get You Out of My Mind, Jean […]


Precipice of Words: A Book Launch at the Houndstooth with Beatriz Hausner

The Houndstooth 818 College Street, Toronto, ON

Join Beatriz Hausner and Luciano Iacobelli for an in-person launch of their new and recent books: Beloved Revolutionary Sweetheart by Beatriz Hausner (Book*hug Press, 2020). Learn more: Noctograms by Luciano […]


Motherfigure presents Stacey May Fowles and Jen Sookfong Lee


Motherfigure presents The Intersection of Motherhood and Creativity Virtual Panel Discussion with co-editors Stacey May Fowles (@missstaceymay) and Jen Sookfong Lee (@jenleefur) from the new essay collection, Good Mom on […]


Launch for Remnants by Celine Huyghebaert, translated by Aleshia Jensen

De Stiil Books 351 Avenue Duluth E, Montréal

Book*hug Press, in partnership with De Stiil Books, invites you to celebrate the launch of Celine Huyghebaert's Governor General's Literary Award-winning novel, Remnants, translated from the French by Aleshia Jensen. […]


Pride in the Word: Hosted by Billeh Nickerson

Victoria Conference Centre 720 Douglas Street, Victoria, BC

Pride In The Word is hosted by its renowned co-founder, Billeh Nickerson, author of Duct-Taped Roses. The largest Pride literary event in Canada features six writers bringing an intersectional lens […]


Queer Literary Horror with Nic Brewer

Little Ghosts 930 Dundas Street West, Toronto, ON

Join Nic Brewer (Suture), Emily Kellogg, Anuja Varghese, and Andrew Wilmot for a reading and discussion on queer literary horror, at specialty Toronto bookstore and cafe Little Ghosts! (This event […]


Ochre Fest presents Aimee Wall

Ochre Fest presents Come Home Characters. Featuring readings from three stellar authors home to Newfoundland: Aimee Wall, author of We, Jane, Gerard Collins and Olivia Robinson & live music by […]