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Our mailing address in Canada is:
150 Chapel Street
Woodstock, NB E7M 1H4
In the United States:
PO Box 887
Houlton, ME 04730
CSE books are available at
the following locations in
13 Bridge St. Sackville
531 Main St. Moncton
88 York St Fredericton
NB Museum Shop
1 Market Square Saint John
The Whale Store*
173 Water St. St. Andrews
2306 Route 3 Harvey Station
Chapel Street Editions
150 Chapel Street Woodstock
Woodstock Farm & Craft Market
220 King St. Woodstock
Captain McKenzie’s Market
Route 540, McKenzie Corner
128 Connell St. Woodstock
Dr. Walter Chestnut Library*
395 Main St. Hartland
Hartland Tourist Centre
365 Main St. Hartland
Andrew & Laura McCain Gallery
8 McCain St. Florenceville-Bristol NB
228 Main St. Plaster Rock
Atlantic Salmon Museum Shop*
263 Main St. Doaktown
W.W. Doak Outfitters*
331 Main St. Doaktown
*selected titles (Contact us or the location for titles available.)
Chapel Street Editions is a non-profit publishing company founded and operated by Keith Helmuth, Ellen Helmuth, and Brendan Helmuth
Books from Chapel Street Editions are available directly from the publisher. We are a family based business and will respond promptly to your order.
Send us an email with your order details. We will respond with a total and payment information.
We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, e-transfer, and cheques by mail.
Our books can also be purchased through your local bookstore and can be ordered from Amazon, Indigo or other online outlets.
We encourage you to order directly from us or, alternatively, to patronize your local bookstore.
If you are a bookstore or retailer and would like to carry our books, please contact us for terms.
Our titles are not available in electronic format at this time.
If you are an author, and feel your work fits our mission, please send us a prospectus.
• To publish writing and art about the natural history, human history, and cultural life of the St. John River Region of New Brunswick, Canada.
• To publish books that advance an understanding of the relationship between the natural world, culture, and human stewardship of the environment.
If your manuscript falls outside the scope of this criteria, but is of similar subject or theme, we will consider it as a special project. An example being One Way Ticket.
If your work does not meet our criteria and you would like to self-publish, we can facilitate production and printing on a contract basis.
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Hardcover $50ca/$40us • Paperback $35ca/$28us
Amounts are in Canadian / US dollars and do not reflect the prices charged by other vendors.