Read a book from here.
Discover English-language books written, published, or translated in Quebec. Poetry, fiction, children’s books, graphic novels, politics and social history, fresh English translations of Francophone literature–Read Quebec presents a diverse array of literature from here.
Paperback: $15, Digital: $3.99
Paperback: $22.95, Digital: $15.99
Paperback: $22.95, Digital: $18.95
House of Anansi
Michael A. Occhionero
Paperback: $23.6, Digital: $7.59
Ed. Michel Jean
Paperback: $22.95, Digital: $8.99
Coach House Press
Coach House Press
Paperback: $20, Digital: $4.99
Paperback: $22.95, Digital: $11.95
Wiebke von Carolsfeld
Paperback: $21.95, Digital: $9.95
Who We Are
Read Quebec celebrates the province’s unique and vibrant English-language literary culture. Featuring books published by members of the Association of English-language Publishers of Quebec, as well as a curated selection of books by Quebec writers published outside the province, this is your place to discover a book from here.
The Holiday Book Fest is a series of online events featuring Quebec books, writers, and translators. It’s a reimagining of the annual Holiday Pop-Up Book Fair hosted by AELAQ and the Quebec Writers’ Federation, in a new online format. Check out the events schedule – there’s something for everyone!
The Association of English-language Publishers of Quebec (Association des éditeurs de langue anglaise du Québec; AELAQ) is a non-profit organization that advances the publication, distribution, and promotion of English-language books from Quebec. We support our member publishers through professional development seminars, advocacy, and marketing initiatives. To find out more about AELAQ and our members, visit us here.
AELAQ’s offices are located in Montreal, known as Tiotia’ke in the Kanien’keha:ka language and Mooniyang in the language of the Anishinaabe. The association represents a diverse community who live and work on the territories of many Indigenous peoples, including the Kanien’keha:ka, Abenaki, Anishinaabe, and Huron-Wendat. As an organization representing publishers and writers, we acknowledge the first storytellers of these lands. We strive to change the way we read and listen, in order to move toward a more equitable future for books and writers.
Home Is Where the Books Are
Join us to celebrate local lit with these events you can attend from home–or anywhere. Get cozy, get excited, get a book from here.