Sad news, reading fans!!

Key Porter Books ceases operations: reports
Key Porter Books, a mainstay in Canadian publishing, has ceased operations, according to several media reports.
The publisher suspended operations and laid off its sole remaining editorial staffer, industry trade publication Quill & Quire posted on its website on Thursday.
Ottawa author Mark Bourrie, whose book The Fog of War was listed on the Key Porter website for a Jan. 25 release, tells the Toronto Star they’re “out of business.”
Bourrie said the news was confirmed in an email from Harold Fenn, head of publishing company H.B. Fenn, which bought controlling interest in Key Porter in 2004.
The troubled company laid off staff and went through a major restructuring last fall, including moving from downtown Toronto to the H.B. Fenn office in Bolton, Ont. Fenn said at the time that the company’s financial results had been disappointing.
The company was started in 1979 by Anna Porter, with a specialty in Canadian non-fiction.