This October, Mosaic Press will once again be exhibiting our new titles at the Frankfurt Book Fair 2016 from October 19 – 23rd. Our new booth location is: 6.0 A89 To book an appointment, please drop us an email or fill out the contact form. Among the important new titles we will be promoting are: New memoir from Yael Dayan
On Thursday evening, November 19th, Mosaic Press hosted a very enjoyable launch for Robert Carr’s fantastic new novel A Question of Return at the Toronto Public Library’s Yorkville branch. The turnout was fanastic and we appreciate the kind introduction from Ken Alexander.
This October, Mosaic Press will once again be exhibiting our new titles at the Frankfurt Book Fair 2015 from October 14 – 18th. Our new booth location is: 6.0 A44 To book an appointment, please drop us an email or fill out the contact form. Among the important new titles we will be promoting are: Dime Crime series,
This past week, Mosaic Press author John Cairney made the media rounds to discuss his new baseball history book Immaculate : A History of Perfect Innings in Baseball. First up, Niagara This Week published a feature interview with John about Immaculate. Click here to read John’s interview in Niagara This Week. On Thurs
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Acclaimed American crime writer Lawrence Block joined Mosaic Press author Bogdan Hrib onstage at BEA 2015 in New York. On the East Side Stage, Hrib and Block discussed the links between Eastern and Western Crime Fiction, the Greek Connection and Romanian detective novels. Mosaic Press will publish Hrib’s new crime nov
We are very excited to announce the launch of our new website. Mosaic Press has been utilizing the same web page for over a decade and it was time to refresh and renew our presence online. The new site will provide a clean and simple design to allow for easy access to information about our books and authors. Moreover, the a
Naben Ruthnum reviews Peter Seller’s This One’s Trouble in his Crimewave column for the National Post this week: “The short story form is quick way to get a dose of crime writing at its best, and the new collection by Toronto author Peter Sellers gives us eight examples of this in one thin book.