Kindly save the date!
DC Books will be conducting a virtual book launch for its latest authors on Sunday, October 25th from 3 to 4:30 pm.
Featured will be Mariianne Mays Wiebe for the novel Kate Wake, Zsolt Alapi for his novel Landscape with the Fall of Icarus, and poet Greg Santos for his new collection Ghost Face.
The event will be held on Zoom and hosted by poet Jason Camlot. The Zoom link you will use to join the event will be emailed to you one day prior to the launch, and will be made public on the Livres DC Books Facebook Page on the day of the event. In the meanwhile, please save the date and time. Interested? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive your zoom link!
While this will be a “virtual” book launch, we want to stress that you can still purchase real books by following the links to purchase your copies, below.
DC Books Communications
New from DC Books
Press Release For Immediate Release September, 2020
DC Books is proud to announce the publication of Ghost Face, poetry by Greg Santos.
In his third DC Books title, Greg Santos explores what it means to have been a Cambodian infant adopted by a Canadian family. Through a uniquely playful and self-reflective series of poems that pay moving homage to his adoptive parents, and explore the fantasies of a lost family and life in Cambodia, Santos leads the reader through his visceral process of unlearning and relearning who he is and who he might become.
Ghost Face, 83 pp., September 2020, ISBN: 978-1-927599-51-8 (paper) $19.95
Praise for Ghost Face
“Santos’ poems are inventive, smart, and skillfully written and his work does not disappoint. Ghost Face is a beautiful collection that thoughtfully examines family mythologies, identity, and a longstanding belief in ghosts. These are poems I kept returning to, a book I could not put down.”
–KELLI RUSSELL AGODON, AUTHOR OF HOURGLASS MUSEUM & THE DAILY POET: DAY-BY-DAY PROMPTS FOR YOUR WRITING PRACTICE
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Please join DC Books’ poets Greg Santos and John Emil Vincent for an evening of chocolate, poetry, and music at the Montreal West Library, 45 Westminster South, on Friday evening March 1st.
Doors open at 7 pm. For more information phone 514-481-7441
Jazz Guitar renditions by Gordon Sauvé.