Inge’s third novel lifts off

While you’re filling in your spring 2017 literary social calendars, remember to add Inge’s lift-off of Winging It, the third installment in her Sonja Pfeiffer series. Because we’re dying to find out what happens to Sonja! Join Inge, editor E.D. … Continue reading

Alberta Book Publishing Awards 2016

Crabapple collective members Elaine Morin and Lou Morin attended Alberta’s annual book publishing awards event, held this year in Calgary on September 16. We ate, drank and breathed book talk, and were reminded of the communal labour of love that’s involved in publishing. We were … Continue reading

Vive l’indépendance!

On May 10th, independent publishers gathered from across North America to celebrate the 2016 IPPY Awards. And to gaze at the view from the 103rd floor of Willis Tower on the Skydeck in downtown Chicago. There, our very own collective … Continue reading

Kudos to Kisscut

Last fall the wonderfully gifted Natalie Olsen packed up her books and moved to Vancouver to follow her book designing dreams. Although relocated across the Rockies, Natalie continues to work Kisscut Designs magic for her existing publishing clients, including Crabapple Mews. Her artisanal … Continue reading

Our new website is full of stories

It’s been an industrious fall for the collective. We launched first one new CMC book, then another. Now we’re launching a digital storybook—our new website—featuring such futuristic technologies as responsive templates, share buttons… and quotes! Most of all, we’re excited at the opportunity to more … Continue reading

Pelee Island in Florida

On Sunday, November 22 at 4 pm, Pelee Island Stories will receive a proper Florida launch at Craftsman House Gallery. Tanya will read from her short fiction collection. Joining her to celebrate her book are three friends and mentors: Eric Deggans … Continue reading

Meeting and greeting our supporters

The Morin sisters celebrate Crabapple Mews (image credit: Bruce Lecky) Writers, readers  and surprise family members from distant cities came out to cheer on the CMC at their first meet and greet. Words were read, books found new homes and a good time … Continue reading

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