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On this cool windy morning in the parking lot of the Eddington's fine food restaurant in Exeter, Crossfield Publishing launched Phyllis L Humby's first full length book. "Hazards of the Trade, a boutique owner's intimate reveal of the 1980s and '90s lingerie boom. Since the bookstore handling our physical launch in Sarnia is unable to open to the public because...

In her new memoir Hazards of the Trade (Crossfield Publishing), author Phyllis L Humby takes us on a journey through her years as the owner and operator of an Ontario lingerie boutique through its heyday of the 1980s and 90s. From high-end clothing expos at prestigious hotels, to dealing with stalkers and rabid squirrels, Humby tracks the industry's pinnacle and...

Crossfield Publishing is now posting author readings for your enjoyment. We are featuring the works of Fran L Porter, Bruce Buchanan, Phyllis L Humby, Jill Martin, Maurice J.O. Crossfield, with more to follow. Because we are not able to launch our books in the traditional way, will be holding virtual launches for the immediate future. All of our books can be purchased though...

In his new book, Elect Her: Still Struggling to Be Recognized as Equals (Crossfield Publishing), author and journalist Fred Groves tackles gender disparity in Canadian politics. Highlighting women who have climbed the ranks as Federal Opposition leaders and Cabinet Ministers as well as those who are relative newcomers to Canada's political scene, the book questions why, after over 100 years...