Carleton University and the Ottawa Writers Festival are co-organizing a literary event, “No New Land?,” to explore the entanglements of displacement and belonging.
A book launch celebrating the release of Atiqput: Inuit Oral History and Project Naming, will be taking place at Woodside Hall at the Carleton Dominion-Chalmers Centre (355 Cooper Street) between 5:00 - 7:00 PM on Wednesday, October
Meet author Kelly Bronson for a book signing in front of our store at 116 Third Ave. on Saturday, October 15 from 1pm-3pm.
We're celebrating the last weekend of summer 2022 with a visit from The Merry Dairy and their truck full of tasty treats!
Come join us on Saturday Sept 17 from 11am-2pm, grab a cone and check out the Merry Dairy's very own recipe book.
Meet Jo Rioux, Ottawa author and illustrator of the fantasy-adventure graphic novel trilogy Cat's Cradle, at an outdoor signing at Octopus Books!
Local author Ainalem Tebeje is back with a gripping story of refugee women in her new novel, The Refugee. Inspired by the courage of refugee women, the novel tells the story of women who travel a harrowing journey in search of freedom.
Meet local poet Anabelle Craig, first time author of Regarding the Decomposition of Words, for a signing in front of our store at 116 Third Ave on Saturday June 18th from 11am to 4pm.
During National Indigenous History Month, Octopus Books invites you to examine the past and present of colonialism in Canada. Historian Joseph Graham will be joined in conversation by Veldon Coburn, assistant professor in the Institute of Canadian and Aboriginal Studies at the University of Ottawa, to discuss their fascinating and insightful new books.
Join us for the virtual launch of Women Winning Office: An Activists Guide to Getting Elected, by former NDP Member of Parliament Peggy Nash. Featuring Peggy in conversation with MP Leah Gazan and former Vancouver City Councillor Andrea Reimer, with moderator Fatima Sayed.
Join Octopus Books in welcoming award-winning authors Felice Picano and Jeffrey Round for readings from their latest books, with host James K. Moran.
Join us for the Ottawa book launch of Women Winning Office: An Activists Guide to Getting Elected, by former NDP MP Peggy Nash. Featuring Peggy in conversation with fellow former Member of Parliament Megan Leslie.
Inter Pares is proud to present the virtual launch of Sacred Bundles Unborn with author and activist Morningstar Mercredi on Tuesday, May 31 at 7 pm EDT.
Join New York Times-bestselling author Douglas Stuart in conversation with Roland Gulliver about his new novel, Young Mungo.
Join us for the online launch of It Should Be Easy to Fix, a new memoir by Bonnie Robichaud. Presented by Between the Lines, the Workers' History Museum, GAIHST, and Octopus Books.