Fine Press Book Association - "International society promoting the appreciation of beautiful books, fine printing and the book arts". They have a blog here.
Bookthug - Excellent publisher of experimental poetry, prose and criticism.
Nelson Ball, Bookseller - Excellent bookstore specializing in Cdn literature. Sells online through ABE.
Classical Bookworm - Great blog focusing on the classical literary tradition.
Barbarian Press - Possibly the best fine press in Canada.
BibliOdyssey - Neat blog that looks at books, illustrations, book art, etc.
Early Printed Books - An excellent website maintained by Sian Echard listing many of the online archives of digitized early printed books. Also, check out her "Medieval Manuscripts on the Web" for books from before the age of printing.
Heavenly Monkey - Excellent Vancouver based letterpress printing & bookbinding outfit that puts out really interesting stuff.
Mother Tongue Publishing - (formerly Mother Tongue Press) A fine literary press based on Salt Spring Island in BC that specializes in the letterpress printing and publishing of excellent chapbooks & broadsides.
Chaudiere Books - Website for Chaudiere Books, a seriously good literary press.
The Porcupine's Quill - Publisher of excellent poetry and prose, from Erin, Ontario.
Greyweathers Press - Merrickville studio of printer and fine press-man Larry Thompson. Larry is a member of the Ottawa Press Gang, and he has a blog here.
Gaspereau Press - An excellent fine printer & publisher in Nova Scotia. They have a blog here.
Coach House Books - One of Canada's great literary publishers.
The Canadian Bookbinders and Book Artists Guild - The CBBAG website.
CBBAG Ottawa - Blogsite for the Ottawa Valley chapter of The Canadian Bookbinders and Book Artists Guild.
CBBAG Ottawa: Pages - An online gallery celebrating the first 10 years of CBBAG's Ottawa Chapter!
The Paperwright - Website for Britt Quinlan, papermaking & bookbinding supplier and fellow member of the Ottawa Press Gang.
The San Francisco Centre for the Book - "a place where you can learn about the many arts and crafts of the book".
George Walker - Website for George Walker, printer, artist & wood engraver extraordinaire.
DA - Website for DA (the Devil's Artisan), a printing arts journal
The Alcuin Society - A group "for lovers of books, the book arts, fine printing and reading". The society's blog is located here, and tends to have more info on ongoing projects, upcoming events, etc.
Don Black Linecasting - "Letterpress Heaven North", it has been called.
The British Printing Society - Website for the BPS, an organization devoted to fostering the spirit of craftsmanship in the British letterpress community.
Counterspace - A website dedicated to typography and its history.
St-Armand Paper - An excellent papermaking establishment in Montreal.
The Cranky Press - Blog for Sue Globensky's Cranky Press, she being a member of the Ottawa Press Gang.
Thee Hellbox Press - Website for Hugh Barclay's excellent private press from Kingston. Hugh is also a member of the Ottawa Press Gang.
Type Culture - Resource directory & archive of information about type and typography
Typoretum - A blog about typography, letterpress & printing history from the UK.
I Love Typography - A site devote to fonts, typefaces and all things typographical.
The Vanderblog - Blog for and about the much-loved Vandercook brand proofing presses.
Ducks in a Row Press - Blog for Nancy Trottier's calligraphy studio and press from Deep River, ON. Nancy is also a member of the Ottawa Press Gang.
Briar Press - Briar Press' very useful website for the letterpress community. "Proudly introducing the bleeding edge world of personalized desktop publishing (circa 1820)", as they say.
We Do Printing - Ian Bristow and Jenn Kibbee have a honking big Heidelberg windmill press in their printshop in Cornwall, ON. They are also members of the Ottawa Press Gang, and have lots of images up on their Flickr site here.
The Toronto Centre for the Book - Run through the University of Toronto's "Book History and Print Culture" program, the TCB runs a annual lecture series as a forum for the "investigation of manuscript, print and digital text cultures," as their website says.
Lindenlea Paper - Nancy French is an Ottawa-based papermaker and paper marbler who occasionally teaches at the Ottawa School of Art.
Artengine - An artist-run site for visual & media artists. The Artengine Artlist is a great source of info for the Ottawa area art scene.
Michèle Provost - Michèle is an amazing Gatineau, QC based visual and textual artist whose works have shown from Vancouver to Halifax to Sardinia.
Holly Dean - Holly Dean is an excellent Merrickville-based artist, book artist and calligrapher and a member of the Ottawa Press Gang. She also has a blog here.
Patti Normand - Ottawa artist Patti Normand's site on "Artengine"
Blarg! - Blog for Tom Fowler, comic artist
Dipna Horra - Very cool "Origins appear in Art" online installation by Ottawa EBA artist Dipna Horra.
Sandy Hill's One and Only - Annual arts/crafts fair in Ottawa's Sandy Hill neighbourhood.
Cube Gallery - Ottawa gallery run by Don Monet. Lots of space and there are new shows up all the time.
Karen Bailey - Multi-talented Ottawa artist who's done some wonderful painting.
Blink Gallery - Very cool little collective gallery in Ottawa, located in the shadow of the National Gallery.
Enriched Bread Artists - A non-profit collective studio/space of two dozen artists in Ottawa.
National Gallery of Canada - Very nice, for a large institution. Located across the street from the Blink Gallery.
Carleton University Art Gallery - Excellent gallery at one of Ottawa's universities.
Akimbo - Canada's online source for visual art information.
Mississippi Valley Textile Museum - Lovely museum located in Almonte, Ontario, with excellent exhibitions of fabric and textile art.
Central Art Garage - Ottawa's newest gallery space and framing service.
The Calligraphy Society of Ottawa - The Society has been around since 1984!
Gallery 101 - A fine artist-run centre and gallery in Ottawa, ON.
The League of Canadian Poets - What happens when you put 300 poets in the same room....
ARC - Canada's national poetry magazine.
rob's blog - rob mclennan's blog, which he frequently updates with interviews, notes, lit news, etc.
Broken Pencil - "The magazine of zine culture and the independent arts".
Bywords - Ottawa's literary calendar has been reborn (thanks Amanda & Charles)
Ottawater - Online annual poetic journal focusing on Ottawa poets and poetics.
The Ottawa Writers Festival - Festival happens twice a year, in the spring and fall.
TREE - Ottawa's oldest reading series. Usually held at Arts Court (2 Daly) on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month.
Meet The Presses - A relaunched version of the original "Meet The Presses" small press fair in Toronto
UBUWeb - An excellent website devoted to sound, visual and concrete poetry and art. Has an extensive archive of author's and artist's works.
Expozine - Expozine is a very big small press fair held annually in Montreal.
dbqp: visualizing poetics - Great visual poetry & poetics site from Geof Huth.
small press book fairs - A blog that keeps track of small press fairs in Canada.
Pearl Pirie - Website for Pearl Pirie, a most excellent Ottawa-based poet, performer, and small press publisher. She also has a performance and poetry journal at: Pesbo.
Grammar Girl - A podcast series of "quick & dirty tips for better writing"
notes from a cartywheel - Blog site for Christine McNair, uber-talented poet & book arts person.
Versefest - Ottawa's annual festival of poetry.
ditch - "the poetry that matters," as their website says. Ditch is now sadly defunct, but the list of poets and works in their archive is so interesting that I'm leaving this link here.
Jacket2 - Modern & contemporary poetry and poetics.
AngelHousePress - Amanda Earl's Ottawa based publishing venture.
Apt. 9 Press - Cameron Anstee's chapbook press puts out excellent, award-winning work.
PennSound - The Centre for Programs in Contemporary Writing at the University of Pennsylvania has an amazing archive of poetry-related readings, lectures, talks, radio recordings and podcasts.
National Poetry Month - An annual online celebration of poetry, also run by Amanda Earl and her AngelHousePress.
Sawdust Reading Series - A new poetry reading series in Ottawa that's doing a very good job of bringing in excellent out-of-town readers and highlighting our local talent.
John W. MacDonald - Weblog by photographer John MacDonald, who spends rather a lot of time going to literary events in Ottawa.
CKCU FM - Website for CKCU, the Carleton University-based community radio station that has been providing an alternative voice on Ottawa's airwaves for more than 35 years. Check out their "Literary Landscape" program at 6:30 pm on Thursday nights.
Monoskop Log - Interesting online archive of writings on arts, culture and media technology.
Open Culture - A website dedicated to collecting the best free cultural and educational media on the 'net.
Louisiana Channel - A website based at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark, with video talks, lectures and conversations with a wide range of artists.
2x4 to the forehead - Website for James Spyker & his various interests and endeavours.
Communications from Elsewhere - Website that generates a completely meaningless essay. Brilliant.
xkcd - Best web comic ever.
Dangerous Minds - Ongoing blog of cultural oddness and brilliance.