Most of this site's functionality requires JavaScript to be enabled.

You are currently viewing our old website.
Click here
to go to our new and improved site.
Invalid email/password
Log In
 
Finding the Mother Tree
Suzanne Simard
Paperback | Jun 2022
on order $23.00
(releases Jun 21 2022)
All the Seas of the World
Guy Gavriel Kay
Hardcover | May 2022
on order $36.00
(releases May 24 2022)
Beautiful World, Where Are You
Sally Rooney
Paperback | Jun 2022
on order $22.00
(releases Jun 7 2022)
Rehearsals for Living
Robyn Maynard
Hardcover | Jun 2022
on order $32.00
(releases Jun 14 2022)
The Stone Child
David A Robertson
Hardcover | Aug 2022
on order $21.99
(releases Aug 2 2022)
Sufferance
Thomas King
Paperback | May 2022
2 in store $19.99
Lapvona
Ottessa Moshfegh
Hardcover | Jun 2022
on order $36.00
(releases Jun 21 2022)
The Book of Form and Emptiness
Ruth Ozeki
Paperback | Jun 2022
on order $23.00
(releases Jun 14 2022)
The Great Bear
David A Robertson
Paperback | Aug 2022
on order $12.99
(releases Aug 2 2022)
How to Be a Climate Optimist
Chris Turner
Paperback | May 2022
4 in store $23.00

See more...

We're open for browsing in The Garage space of Latitude 53 (10242 106 Street)! Visit us to browse incredible titles and so many other surprises. Our hours of operation are:
Wednesday - Sunday | 12 pm - 5 pm 

We're still offering FREE delivery to homes in Edmonton, Sherwood Park & St. Albert on Wednesdays and Fridays.

Browse the lists below to discover some of our favourite and popular titles, or use the search bar above to find a specific title.

Sign up to our newsletter here to keep up to date with updates on the shop and our latest titles.
For questions about ordering and our delivery service, please visit our FAQ page.


 

Jason's FavesSee more
Matthew's FavesSee more
New in the ShopSee more
As Seen on InstagramSee more
As Heard on Glass Bookshop RadioSee more
Books by Indigenous WritersSee more
Books by Black WritersSee more
The Queerest of the QueerSee more
Local WritersSee more
Local PublishersSee more
Incredible FictionSee more
Books for CooksSee more
Poetry HighlightsSee more
SF & FantasySee more
These Are the Scary OnesSee more
It's a MysterySee more
Memoir HourSee more
Community & ActivismSee more
Fat ActivismSee more
It's Called Pop CultureSee more
Oh, She's Funny, Huh?See more
For the Outdoorsy TypeSee more
For the Artist/DesignerSee more
For the KidsSee more
Young AdultSee more
GiftsSee more
About Residential SchoolsSee more
Free PalestineSee more
ChapbooksSee more
MagazinesSee more
MerchSee more
PuzzlesSee more
WordfestSee more
Writers' Guild of Alberta 2022 ConferenceSee more

Our WGA 2022 Conference: Shifting Creative Gears, is scheduled for June 3 – 5, 2022. After two years of trying new digital programs to adapt our literary world to the pandemic, we are now looking at how our creative lives might shift going forward—perhaps we won’t return to “normal,” but instead take the things we learned during the pandemic to create a new vision of the literary world for the future. In the spirit of shifting gears, we are planning a hybrid format for this year’s conference, offering online programming on all three days plus select in-person activities in four Alberta hubs. Edmonton, Calgary, Lethbridge, and Fort McMurray will each receive an in-person writing workshop which will also be streamed for online participants, a networking activity, and a group writing critique session on Saturday, June 4. Many online workshops, panels, keynotes, networking sessions, and group critique sessions will be available. View more details and the full progam here.

Pandemic University School of Writing AuthorsSee more
Glass Bookshop is the exclusive store for books by the faculty of Pandemic University 'Pop-up' School of Writing. Whether that’s a nonfiction book proposal, TV comedy pilot, or a collection of disaster poetry documenting life in quarantine, PanU's series of online webinars are a great place to learn your craft. And you’ll be helping financially support writers who’ve lost work due to COVID-19. To get us through the COVID-19 pandemic safely, we encourage you to stay home, write a lot, and read more.

Learn more to enrol here.