Toronto, Ontario

Sunday, September 23, 2018

Harbourfront Centre | 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

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Exhibitor Marketplace

The Word On The Street's Exhibitor Marketplace is the largest of its kind in Canada. It offers festival-goers a window into the Canadian literary scene, the chance to purchase books from over 200 vendors - it's Canada's biggest outdoor bookstore! – and speak with the people who fuel the publishing industry across the country.

La Fôret de la Lecture

Arts / Writers Organizations

#FA 8

La montagne secrète

Book Publishers / Distributors

#FA 6

Laurie Campbell

Independent Authors

#KS 24

Le collège du savoir

Literacy Organizations

#LL 16

League of Canadian Poets

Arts / Writers Organizations

#WB 12

Lee Bice-Matheson, J.R Matheson

Independent Authors

#FB 4

Legacy of Krazatan – Book One

Independent Authors


Leslie Phelan

Independent Authors


Leslie: A Story from Vimy Ridge

Independent Authors

#KB 12

Let’s Get Together

Literacy Organizations

#LL 21

We create opportunities for parents, youth and communities to access learning resources that provide educational assistance and support student well-being.  Our mission is to empower parents to become more engaged in their children’s education and inspire youth in their learning while making it more equitable, accessible and enjoyable.

Librairie Mosaïque French Bookstore


#FA 9–14

Literary Press Group & ALU

Book Publishers / Distributors


The Literary Press Group is a not-for-profit association supporting about sixty of Canada’s independent literary book publishers, and the creator of the bookstore All Lit Up.

Lost Hallway

Independent Authors

#KB 6

Love To Be Books

Independent Authors

#KB 11

Creating a space for self-exploration, inclusivity and open-dialogue.  Love To Be Books are an invitation to practice the skills of mindfulness and compassion.

Mabel’s Fables


#KS 25, K 28


Magazine Publisher / Distributor


Maisonneuve brings a provocative perspective to arts, culture and politics. Published quarterly, each issue boasts ambitious writing and eye-catching visuals. Since its founding in Montreal in 2002, Maisonneuve has won dozens of awards, including Magazine of the Year.

Mansfield Press

Book Publishers / Distributors


Mark Krause Cards

Independent Authors

#FB 19

Mathis Bailey

Independent Authors

#FB 12

"Smart, captivating, and hilarious," says Kirkus Reviews about Mathis Bailey's debut LGBTQ novel Confused Spice – a romantic, culinary, and spiritual adventure.

Meaningful Pages

Independent Authors

#FB 14

“How My Husband Keeps Me Happy” is the true story of a husband who finds many ways to invest in his marriage.