Latitude 46 Publishing Publishing Three Books This Spring

Latitude 46 Publishing 2018Latitude 46 Publishing will release three books in spring 2018, starting with a collection of personal stories about immigration and colonization in Northern Ontario.

The anthology entitled 150 Years Up North And More focuses on the experiences of both immigrants and Indigenous people in the region from Sudbury to Thunder Bay. The collection features a diverse group of contributors and includes some new voices from Northern Ontario’s literary landscape.

The official launch of Up North 150 Years and More coincides the same week as the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination and takes place at the McEwen School of Architecture in Sudbury on Saturday, March 24, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is free. Everyone is welcome.

Up North 150 Years And More
By: Various authors
Release Date: March 24, 2018
Price: $20.00


Up North 150 Years And More is an anthology of non-fiction short stories to mark Canada’s 150th, told through various perspectives – from both Indigenous storytellers and those who immigrated to Northern Ontario.

Edited by Karen McCauley and Laura Stradiotto, and with cover art by Sarah King Gold, this collection features the following established, emerging and new writers from Northern Ontario: Julie-Anne Bolduc (Sudbury), Rod Carley (North Bay) Evelyn Clara Diebel (Nairn Centre), Franca Dominelli-Lisi (Sudbury), Susan Eldridge-Vautour (Sudbury), Kim Fahner (Sudbury), Julio Heleno Gomes (Thunder Bay), Liisa Kovala (Sudbury), Margo Little (Manitoulin Island), Caitlin Sylvia McAuliffe (Whitefish), Sarah McComb (Sault Ste. Marie), Rosanna Micelotta Battigelli (Sudbury), William R. Morin (Michipicoten First Nation/Sudbury),  Darlene Naponse (Atikameksheng Anishnawbek), Shawna Diane Partridge (Sudbury), Hussein Qarqouz (Sudbury), Lee Weimer (Manitoulin Island).

*Indigenous editorial advisor: Waubgeshig Rice

The Wintermen II: Into the Deep Dark
By: Brit Griffin
Release Date: April 30 2018
Price: $22.95


The nightmare of an endless winter is the least of the problems for Johnny Slaught and his rag tag group of climate chaos refugees. They’ve been surviving in a frontier town abandoned by a government that has lost control – but their world is about to be rocked by the greatest menace of all – human greed. Into the Deep Dark is the second in Brit Griffin’s eco-catastrophic adventure series the Wintermen. The north is full of ancient legends of violence, fear and madness that descended on isolated communities in the darkness of winter. For Johnny Slaught and the Wintermen, the legend is knocking at their door, and he has slicked back hair, a sheep-skin coat and a pump action.


Brit Griffin is a writer and environmentalist. She founded and managed Highgrader Magazine for 10 years, tackling issues on the environment, rural living and resource- based communities. Her debut novel, The Wintermen released in 2015 by Scrivener Press, was shortlisted for the 2016 Northern Lit Award for Fiction. She is a co-author of We Lived A Life and Then Some: the life and death of a mining town (Between the Lines, 1996), a non-fiction historical book which made the 2011 CBC Cross Country Check Up Reading List. She won two American Catholic Press Awards for her writing on family life.

Griffin currently works as an environmental researcher with Timiskaming First Nation, an Algonquin community in northern Quebec from her home in Cobalt where she lives with her husband Charlie Angus.

By: Jennifer Farquhar
Release Date: May 25 2018
Price: $22.95


Returning to her childhood home on Nimikwe Island after a twenty-five year absence, Mina McInnis unravels the incidents that caused her family disintegration. She is determined to uncover the truth about the tragedy from her past, and the creature that dwells in the cold, dark waters of Lake Huron.


Originally from Manitoulin Island, Jennifer Farquhar lives in Kitchener, Ontario where she is an elementary school teacher and mother of three young children. Her short stories have won awards in the Manitoulin Expositor and the Toronto Star. Watermark is her debut novel.

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