Inspire revolt, feed resistance.
Since 1995, Lux has maintained a space of editorial resistance in publishing works on the history of the Americas, texts of political thought inspired by anarchism, literature, theatre and poetry. A production with a strongly political output, escaping the simple calculations of economic profit which shape the book industry. Because to reflect is not sufficient; the groundwork for new offensives must be laid, preparing for action.
Based in Montreal, city culturally mid-way between francophone Europe and anglo-saxon America, the editorial team of Lux is composed of active individuals in a position to hunt down the rare pearls of a radically new, creative social thought.
The Canada Council for the Arts provides assistance to foreign publishers for the translation of literary works by Canadian authors, into languages other than French or English, for publication abroad. For further details or to obtain the International Translation Grants application form, contact Marcel Hull, Writing and Publishing Section Officer, at (613) 566-4414, ext. 4571.
Our works are eligible for translation subsidies granted by the government of Quebec under the translation program of SODEC.