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Clark-Nova Books

Good news for twentysomething writers and for readers of all ages. There’s a new Canadian publisher that is “dedicated to publishing the highest quality fiction and non-fiction by Canadian authors under thirty.” Clark-Nova Books is releasing its first two titles this fall: The Entropy of Aaron Rosclatt, the debut novel from Toronto writer James Sandham, and Ambrosia by James Cummins, a history of electronic music. In the future, the publisher plans to expand their list to include YA books, graphic novels and “other unique projects from authors across the country with varying backgrounds and points of view.”

From the Clark-Nova press release:

Young authors are the lifeblood of Canadian literature. With writers such as Rawi Hage, Joseph Boyden, and Lisa Moore making waves on the international publishing scene, young Canadian authors are taking their place on the world stage. Following in the footsteps of House of Anansi and the New Press, publishing houses that were founded and sustained by young authors, Clark-Nova Books is devoted to nurturing the young talent that this country has to offer while introducing exciting new voices into the Canadian literary scene.

Dedicated to publishing the highest quality fiction and non-fiction by Canadian authors under thirty, in the coming years we endeavour to expand our list to include young adult titles, graphic novels, and other unique projects from authors across the country with varying backgrounds and points of view.

In October we will be releasing our first two titles: The Entropy of Aaron Rosclatt, the debut novel from Toronto writer James Sandham, and Ambrosia by James Cummins, a history of electronic music that has already been called the most important book ever written on its subject.
For more information on these titles, please see below. For more information on Clark-Nova, please visit our website www.clarknovabooks.com.

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