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Where we are

The press and the printshop are located in lovely Tors Cove,  Newfoundland and Labrador. 

We’re on Cove Road, just down from the Five Island Art Gallery. 

How to contact us

You can reach us by phone, email or snail mail.
phone:   709-334-3239
snail mail:  Running the Goat,  50 Cove Road, Tors Cove, NL  A0A 4A0

How to visit

From May 20 to October 9, 2017, the printshop will be open for visitors six days a week (closing day: Wednesdays).

Hours of operation: 10:30 - 5:30.
Otherwise, by chance or appointment.

The rest of the year, we are open by chance or appointment. You are very welcome to send an email to arrange a visit.

Purchasing at the printshop

The printshop features all Running the Goat titles currently in print, as well as letterpress-printed materials from local printers, a thoughtfully-curated selection of books from Atlantic Canada, and exceptional children's literature from across the country. 

We also offer a fine array of prints from local printmakers, audio books from a local audio-book publisher, and a small selection of locally-made pottery.

We accept cash, VISA, MasterCard and e-transfer.

Purchasing elsewhere

Many Running the Goat publications can be found in craft and specialty stores across the island of Newfoundland. Contact the press to enquire if the books are available in your area.

Running the Goat’s trade publications are distributed by LitDistCo, and can be found at, or special ordered through, independent bookstores across the country. Independent bookstores are essential for the health of our literary culture and for informed thought; support the ones in your community!

Join our email list

The Goat sends occasional newsletters by email  (never more than once a month) to give details about on-going projects, new publications, and special events.  If you’d like to receive these e-newsletters, please use the sign-up tool on this site.  We’d be delighted to add you to our list. And we promise not to share your contact information, not to barrage your inbox with endless emails, and not to continue sending if you unsubscribe.