McClelland & Stewart

As “the Canadian Publishers” it is natural that the M&S name should be associated with the fine fiction of authors like Rohinton Mistry, Alice Munro, Michael Ondaatje and Jane Urquhart, with essays and letters by authors like Robertson Davies and with important works of non-fiction by authors such as Christopher Hitchens and Brian Mulroney. In addition to redesigning the classic New Canadian Library series, McClelland & Stewart launched Emblem Editions as their trade paperback line, and includes fiction and non-fiction in reprint editions, as well as select titles that originate in paperback.

M&S takes pride in being the only major trade house in Canada to continue to publish poetry, and is proud of its leading role in dealing with environmental and Native issues, problems in the justice system, Canadian history and other matters of national concern, with books and authors representing every part of Canada.

The Purchase is an epic novel in every way that matters – in scope, depth, and heart.”

Jury Citation, The Rogers Writers’ Trust Fiction Prize

McClelland & Stewart Fall 2012

McClelland & Stewart Spring & Summer 2012

Above All Things

Award-Winning Books from McClelland & Stewart

Everybody Has Everything

Featured Author: Margaret Atwood

The Nightmare

Alcuin Award-Winning M&S Books

Winter Journal
Capital
Canadian Whisky
The Virtual Self
Anne of Green Gables

Joanne Kilbourn Mysteries

Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town

Queens of CanLit

Hitch-22

Vish Puri Mysteries

Who Has Seen the Wind

Featured Author: Farley Mowat

No Great Mischief

Featured Author: Guy Vanderhaege

Becoming Canada

M&S Non-Fiction