New from Saskatchewan Publishers



Scaredy Cali
Jessica Williams
$11.99



You Can't Invite a Fish to a Dance Party
Jessica Williams
$11.99



Nuage de Maman, Le
Jessica Williams
$11.99



Performing Turtle Island: Indigenous Theatre on the World Stage
Jesse Rae Archibald-Barber; Kathleen Irwin; Moira J. Day
$29.95



Arrows in a Quiver: From Contact to the Courts in Indigenous-Canadian Relations
James Frideres
$39.95



Pansophy and Perdition
Catherine Milos
$12.00


SaskBooks is Saskatchewan’s provincial creative industry association for book publishers. We don’t publish books; we are a member-based not-for-profit association whose members are small & independent book publishing businesses in Saskatchewan. Check out our Spotlights.

 

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Read Saskatchewan

cover image of SaskBooks' catalogue showing a starry sky over a long, straight roadThe books featured in this catalogue were produced and published by Saskatchewan businesses. Your local independent bookseller will have many of these books in their “local” sections, because they know you want to read local and support small and independent prairie businesses. If you would like a free copy of the catalogue, please contact us at [email protected] and we’ll send you one! This service and others provided by SaskBooks to the publishing industry are supported by the Government of Canada through the Canada Book Fund, by the Canada Council for the Arts, and by the Province of Saskatchewan through Creative Saskatchewan. Read on!

Dates and Deadlines

Office Closed December 24 – 28

Professional Development sessions:

  • June 6 – 8, Station20 West (Saskatoon)

Displays schedule:

  • May 25, Cathedral Village Arts Festival (Regina)
  • June 09, Word on the Street Saskatoon

Annual Conference:

  • June 6-8, 2019, Station20 West (Saskatoon)

What’s New @ SaskBooks

Partnerships, Funders and Supporters

SaskBooks is grateful for support from: Creative Saskatchewan, Canada Council for the Arts, Canada Book Fund from the Department of Canadian Heritage, SaskCulture, Access Copyright Foundation, Tourism Saskatchewan, Friesen’s Book Division, and bibliophiles everywhere.