Guernica Editions

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Guernica Editions is a Canadian independent publisher established in Montreal, Quebec, in 1978, by Antonio D'Alfonso. Guernica specializes in Canadian literature, poetry and nonfiction, and has published over 500 authors, among which are recipients of the Governor General's Award and the American Book Award.

Guernica's current publishers are Connie McParland and editor in chief Michael Mirolla.

Guernica's Writers Series[edit]

Guernica's Writers Series is a collection of anthologies featuring Canadian writers, such as P.K. Page, Alistair MacLeod, Susan McCaslin and Don McKay.

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