Sutherland House Publishing

Welcome to Canada's Newest Non-fiction Publisher


Sutherland House

When you join the Sutherland House family as one of our authors (submit your manuscript here) you’ll enter the ranks of a talented, vibrant, global list of incredible writers. Here are just a few of them:

Eric Reguly

Career in journalism has included posts in New York, London, Calgary, Toronto, & now Rome, where he is the European Bureau Chief for The Globe and Mail. His work has earned him the Hyman Solomon Award for Excellence in Public Policy Journalism, a National Newspaper Award for business writing, a National Magazine Award & two golds from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.

Donald Brackett

is an art and music critic based in Vancouver. He is the author of Back to Black: Amy Winehouse’s Only MasterpieceLong Slow Train: The Soul Music of Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings and Tumult!: The Incredible Life of Tina Turner.

Lydia Perović

grew up in Montenegro in the former Yugoslavia, studied journalism in Belgrade, & moved to Canada in 1999. She has since worked in publishing, education, bookselling, & arts funding. Lydia is the author of two novels & she writes the Long Play newsletter on Substack.

Judith Kalman

is the author of The County of Birches & a range of stories, poems, & essays. Her writing has appeared in Saturday Night, Descant, Prairie Fire, the anthology Celebrating Canadian Women, & The Oxford Book of Stories by Canadian Women.

Glynnis Stevenson

is a PhD candidate in the History of Art at University College London, & she holds a Masters in Art History from the University of Pennsylvania.

Lawrence Stevenson

attended the Royal Military College & served as a Captain in the Canadian Airborne Regiment, serving two peacekeeping tours in Cyprus. He is the Managing Director of Clearspring Capital Partners & the founder & former CEO of Chapters, Canada’s largest book retailer.

Marq De Villiers

Born in South Africa, Marq De Villiers is the author of nine books on exploration, history, politics, and travel, including Water: The Fate of Our Most Precious Resource, which won the Governor General’s Award for Non-Fiction. He was made a member of the Order of Canada in 2010.

Don Gillmor

Most recent book To the River won the 2019 Governor General’s Literary Award for non-fiction. He has written three critically acclaimed novels as well as nine books for children, two of which were nominated for a Governor General’s Award. He has won twelve National Magazine Awards, including the Outstanding Achievement Award. He lives in Toronto with his wife & two children.

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