View this email in your browser

Watch this!

We get it, it's summer. When it comes to summer reading lots of folks go for lighter stuff. This month we aren't offering any airport books with raised covers, but we can lighten the reading load with a collection of BTL videos. From an author interview, to a presentation, to tribute videos, you can watch these videos from the comfort of your beach chair. 

Sale! It's not too late to take part in our #resist150 sale. Get 20% off select titles at the BTL website, details here! Hurry, the sales ends at the end of the month! 

Our Easy-to-win Book Contest is taking a break for the rest of the summer, but tune in September for a chance to win some new books!

Some people are getting pretty upset about The Vimy Trap: Or, How We Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Great War by Ian McKay and Jamie Swift. Not sure what the fuss is all about? Check it out: 
Shaughnessy Cohen Prize for Political Writing nominees Ian McKay and Jamie Swift talking about their book The Vimy Trap, with commentary from two members of the prize jury (Colby Cosh and Megan Leslie) and lawyer Michel Drapeau providing an introduction.
Missed the comprehensive presentation by Bryan D. Palmer and Gaétan Héroux on their award-winning Toronto’s Poor: A Rebellious HistoryLucky for you, it was taped. Check it out!
Presentation by Bryan D Palmer and Gaétan Héroux to the Toronto Worker's History Project on their book Toronto's Poor:A Rebellious History, Feb 13, 2017
Unsettling Canada: A National Wake-Up Call by Arthur Manuel and Grand Chief Ronald M. Derrickson has become one of the key books for Canadians seeking a more just society. This summer a group of Indigenous activists called on all Canadians to read the book as a "Canada must Read" book. See this tribute video to the book and to Art Manuel. 
Tribute video to Unsettling Canada and Arthur Manuel. 
In his book What's Yours is Mine: Against the Sharing Economy Tom Slee argues that the "neighbours helping neighbours" concept that launched the sharing economy has been left behind. Venture capital has taken over, resulting in low paying work and a lack of consumer protection. Here, he makes his case. 
Tom Slee on TVO's The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Writer, researcher, and grassroots media producer Scott Neigh gives a video review of two BTL graphic histories: The award-winning Drawn to Change: Graphic Histories of Working-Class Struggle and Showdown! Making Modern Unions.
Scott Neigh gets graphic in his review of two BTL books.
Thanks for watching! Want more BTL videos? Check out our YouTube channel! 

This email was sent to <<Email Address>>
why did I get this?    unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences
Between the Lines · 401 Richmond Street · Studio 281 · Toronto, On M5V 3A8 · Canada

Email Marketing Powered by Mailchimp