Telling the Stories of the Saint John River Valley and New Brunswick

Chapel Street Editions publishes fine books on the natural history, human history, and cultural life of the St. John River Region of New Brunswick, Canada.

We are dedicated to publishing the work of writers and artists of our region, and to publishing books that advance an understanding of the relationship between the natural world, culture, and human adaptation to place. Learn more about us »

Meduxnekeag River Sunset, Woodstock NB. Photo by Brendan Helmuth

New Books

The two latest releases in the George Frederick Clarke Project are now available. David Cameron's Adventures and David Cameron's Return are exciting adventure novels set in colonial Acadia. Written in 1950 and 1952, these novels for young adults will delight readers of all ages. Book launch event schedule.

Taapoategl & Pallet wins The New Brunswick Book Award for fiction

Congratulations to Peter Clair, winner of The 2018 New Brunswick Book Award for fiction. Click here for details.

Check out Rachel Bryant's review of Taapoategl & Pallet on her blog. Rachel is the author of The Homing Place: Indigenous and Settler Literary Legacies of the Atlantic and a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of English at Dalhousie University.

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Telling the Stories of the Saint John River Valley and New Brunswick

Chapel Street Editions publishes fine books on the natural history, human history, and cultural life of the St. John River Region of New Brunswick, Canada.

We are dedicated to publishing the work of writers and artists of our region, and to publishing books that advance an understanding of the relationship between the natural world, culture, and human adaptation to place. Learn more about us »

Meduxnekeag River Sunset, Woodstock NB. Photo by Brendan Helmuth

New Books

The two latest releases in the George Frederick Clarke Project are now available. David Cameron's Adventures and David Cameron's Return are exciting adventure novels set in colonial Acadia. Written in 1950 and 1952, these novels for young adults will delight readers of all ages. Book launch event schedule.

Taapoategl & Pallet wins The New Brunswick Book Award for fiction

Congratulations to Peter Clair, winner of The 2018 New Brunswick Book Award for fiction. Click here for details.

Check out Rachel Bryant's review of Taapoategl & Pallet on her blog. Rachel is the author of The Homing Place: Indigenous and Settler Literary Legacies of the Atlantic and a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of English at Dalhousie University.