grubstreet books - a publisher of literary non-fiction
grubstreet books - a publisher of literary non-fiction
grubstreet books - a publisher of literary non-fiction
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The Voice Inside Me, by Elizabeth Ikiru
menya / oca
menya / oca
menya / oca
menya / oca
menya / oca
menya / oca
menya / oca
menya / oca
How to order grubstreet books

grubstreet books is devoted to publishing small works of literary non-fiction.

The term grubstreet originated in eighteenth century England to describe the area of London inhabited by impecunious scribblers struggling to eke out a living. In his wonderful dictionary, Samuel Johnson writes: “Originally the name of a street near Moorfields in London, much inhabited by writers of small histories, dictionaries, and temporary poems whence any mean production is called grubstreet.”

Unlike our eighteenth century counterparts, our books, both hard copy and electronic, are handsomely produced.

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Menya: an end of life story, by Morris Wolfe

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Phone: (416) 766-0340

one humbercrest boulevard
toronto, on m6s 4k6
canada

info@grubstreetbooks.ca

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The Voice Inside Me: A Memoir |
by Elizabeth Ikiru

 

Menya: An End of Life Story |
by Morris Wolfe

 

OCA 1967-1972: Five Turbulent Years |
by Morris Wolfe

 

Squatter's Rites |
by Richard Simpson

 

Essays, New and Selected |
by Morris Wolfe

 

The Handing Down of Culture,
Small Societies and Globalization
|
Jean-Paul Baillargeon, ed.

 

Renia: A Holocaust Memoir |
by Renia Apt Feldman Elsner