The book industry’s biggest event for literary rights acquisitions, the Frankfurt Book Fair, takes place in Frankfurt, Germany, Oct. 11–15.
Canadian Authors for Indies is seeing dwindling bookseller participation for its third annual event, taking place across the country on April 29.
The New York Times announced on Jan. 25 that it would be culling its bestseller lists as part of some… Read More »
Booksellers are recouping from a busy holiday shopping season‚ during which many of the titles they anticipated would be the biggest sellers were in-demand through to the end of 2016.
With the retail industry this month in the midst of its busiest shopping season of the year‚ indie booksellers are taking note of the 2016 titles particularly popular with holiday shoppers.
Canadian book distributors have been busy this holiday season keeping up with demand for what booksellers are calling “the never-ending… Read More »
No one title is driving bookstore sales this holiday shopping season, according to independent booksellers across Canada. Diana O’Neill, manager… Read More »
Following last week’s news that Random House Canada will publish a book on Rob Ford by Toronto city councillor John… Read More »
U.K. readers are getting their wallets – and elbows – ready for Super Thursday, the day the British publishing industry… Read More »
AbeBooks, the Victoria-based online book marketplace, recently announced an in-house record sale of a Roald Dahl title: $25,000 for a… Read More »
Greg Lawrence and James Tonn were the first to see – or hear – potential in The Martian. Andy Weir’s… Read More »
Denise Bukowski, founder of Toronto literary representatives the Bukowski Agency, has seen a new kind of success with the sale… Read More »
The much-anticipated (and media spotlighted) sophomore novel by Harper Lee, Go Set a Watchman (HarperCollins Canada), was released internationally on… Read More »
On the first week of December, 25 years ago, Rodney Jones opened The Bookmark on Spring Garden Road in downtown Halifax.… Read More »
Esi Edugyan’s Scotiabank Giller Prize–winning novel, Half-Blood Blues, tops this week’s list of Canadian fiction bestsellers, followed closely by Giller-shortlisted… Read More »
This week’s bestsellers list covers the top 20 children’s titles for the two weeks ending July 24, 2011. Werewolves in… Read More »
This week’s bestsellers list covers the top 20 children’s titles for the two weeks ending June 26, 2011. Rachel Renée… Read More »
The following are the bestselling Canadian fiction titles for the two weeks ending June 19, 2011. Jane Urquhart’s Sanctuary Line,… Read More »
This week’s bestsellers list features the top Canadian trade paperback fiction titles for the two weeks ending May 8, 2011.… Read More »
As election fever approaches its highest pitch, this week’s bestsellers focus on political science. The list shows a disparity of… Read More »
This week’s bestsellers list, which looks at Canadian non-fiction, contains multiple entries from personal finance guru Gail Vaz-Oxlade (who appears… Read More »
This week’s list covers the best-selling Canadian fiction for the two weeks ending Jan. 23, 2011. Barney’s Version enters the… Read More »
The following Canadian books were the biggest sellers during the climax of the crucial Christmas shopping season. HarperCollins dominates the… Read More »
This week’s bestsellers list, which focuses exclusively on books released in 2010, looks at the top Canadian fiction for the… Read More »
This week’s bestsellers list, which focuses exclusively on books released in 2010, looks at the top Canadian fiction titles published… Read More »