JCharlton Publishing Ltd is a Vernon, British Columbia based publishing house that was founded in 2009.
Our aim, through the publication of critical non-fiction, is to offer informed debate, pertaining to social justice issues, within the public arena. Our goal is to challenge the status quo where injustice exists, as we strongly believe that every individual has the inherent right to reach his or her full potential. Our focus is toward publishing books that will appeal to, and engage with, the widest possible readership, with an emphasis on Aboriginal and social justice issues.
As a small independent Canadian publisher, we strongly support, though not exclusively, Canadian authors publishing on Canadian context. We also publish international authors publishing upon Aboriginal social justice issues. The quality of the books we publish, along with the strong relationships we cultivate and maintain with our authors, most of whom are world-renowned academics and community activists, attests to our unwavering dedication to our stated aim, goal and focus.
We currently seek to publish between five to eight titles per year. If you have questions or a book proposal, you can contact us at email@example.com, or if you prefer, you may also reach us at:
JCharlton Publishing Ltd.
3104 30th Ave, Suite 228
Vernon, BC V1T-9M9
Dr. John E. Charlton started JCharlton Publishing Ltd in 2009 while undertaking his doctorate degree. The aim, goal and focus of his social justice publishing endeavours is a direct result of experiences gained progressing through The Salvation Army shelter system as a front-line worker in Ottawa, to eventually offering individual and group addiction and mental health counselling, again as an employee of The Salvation Army, to individuals in and around Vancouver’s lower eastside.