D&M has a road map — and now, deeper pockets

D&M has a road map — and now, deeper pockets
Vancouver Sun
Saturday, May 12, 2007

When an e-mail arrived from Douglas & McIntyre last week announcing that the company had been sold, I felt my stomach sink. D&M is the Vancouver-based publishing house launched in 1971 by Jim Douglas and Scott McIntyre. It’s one of the country’s most respected independent publishers, carrying both the Douglas & McIntyre and Greystone Books imprints and such popular authors as Wayson Choy, Douglas Coupland, Bill Richardson, David Suzuki and Paul Quarrington. You really can’t get much more Canadian.

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- PUBLISHED ON 10 May 2008 IN Journalism