Books Without Bosses Forty Years of Reading Between the Lines

Robert Clarke (Author); Kara Sievewright (Author)


Publisher: Between the Lines
Format: Book
Binding: pb
Pages: 64
Released: October 24, 2017
ISBN-13: 9781771133272

“Can a small publishing company that offers an alternative viewpoint on social issues survive in an industry dominated by international giants?” In 1980 a Quill and Quire writer asked that thorny question. Well, here’s the answer. Decades after its founding, Between the Lines is still definitely, defiantly, delivering those alternative viewpoints, and much more. Books without Bosses—a graphic history—provides a serio-comic glimpse of the publisher’s forty checkered years (so far).

Founded in November 1977 as a cooperative venture of two against-the-grain outfits with sixties roots (Dumont Press Graphix in Kitchener and the Development Education Centre in Toronto), Between the Lines remains one of a kind. From its first book—The Big Nickel: Inco at Home and Abroad—to today’s award-winning titles, it has indeed survived—as one author put it, “publishing outside the mainstream, ensuring alternative voices are heard loud and clear!”

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