Nimbus Publishing

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Nimbus Publishing
Headquarters Halifax, NS

Nimbus Publishing is a Canadian publishing company, founded in 1978, based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The company specializes in subjects relevant to the Atlantic Provinces. Nimbus produces more than thirty new titles a year on a range of subjects relevant to the Atlantic Provinces— children’s picture books and fiction, literary non-fiction, social and cultural history, nature photography, current events, biography, sports, and cultural issues.

Nimbus Publishing is the largest Canadian English-language publisher east of Toronto.[1]

In 2005, Nimbus introduced a new fiction imprint called Vagrant Press.[2]

Notable authors[edit]

Notable titles[edit]

  • What I Learned About Politics, by Graham Steele
  • Grandma Says, by Cindy Day
  • Music is for Everyone, by Jill Barber
  • Bud the Spud and Hockey Night Tonight, by Stompin' Tom Connors
  • Lasso the Wind, by George Elliott Clarke
  • Kiss the Joy as it Flies, by Sheree Fitch
  • Kisses, Kisses, Baby-O!, by Sheree Fitch
  • Sleeping Dragons All Around, by Sheree Fitch
  • Relative Happiness, by Lesley Crewe
  • Up Home, by Shauntay Grant
  • Out of Old Nova Scotia Kitchens, by Marie Nightingale
  • Halifax: Warden of the North, by Thomas Raddall
  • Sidney Crosby, by Paul Hollingsworth
  • Oak Island Gold, by William S. Crooker
  • Shattered City: The Halifax Explosion and the Road to Recovery, by Janet Kitz


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