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Welcome to LLP

LLP is a trade publisher specializing in literary fiction, non-fiction, and short Singles essays.
We think of publishing as a romance; we bring writers and readers together.
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Salon .ll.

We believe in the world of ideas and in diverse voices.
In addition to books, we also publish Salon .ll. – the internationally respected forum for comment on books and everything that books are about – right here on our website in both English and French.

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Meet our authors

Ariela Freedman

Ariela Freedman, whose first novel is Arabic for Beginners, "is an exceptionally good writer" (Quill & Quire), and hers is "a fine début" (Jade Colbert, The Globe and Mail) and "a superb novel" (Shelley Pomerance, Montréal Centre-ville). Shortlisted for the 2017 QWF Concordia Best First Book Award!

Xue Yiwei

"Tragedies can also be dark comedies. If you fail to understand this, you won’t get what is happening in China now. The comical moments are crucial in Dr. Bethune's Children." -- Xue Yiwei, winner of the 2017 Montreal Arts Council / Blue Metropolis Literary Diversity Award.

Martine Delvaux

In this urgent, gripping personal essay, feminist author Martine Delvaux links her own experience as a writer with that of the American photographer and installation artist Nan Goldin, who is best-known for her intimate portrayals of the sexual underground.

George Fetherling

The Montreal Gazette describes Vancouver novelist and poet George Fetherling as “a mercurial, liberal intelligence, the kind of which English Canada has too short a supply,” and Xtra calls him “a national literary treasure.”

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Photo credits: Linda Leith: Peter Kirby signing books at the Linda Leith Éditions stand at the 2017 Salon du livre de Montréal; founding Salon .ll. contributors Annabelle Moreau and Marie-Andrée Lamontagne (left) with editors Annie Heminway and Ève Pariseau (right), April 2012;
Le Devoir, 6 Jan 2018;
Eléonore Delvaux-Beaudoin: a reader of Mavis Gallant's play What Is To Be Done?