A new illustrated edition of Thomas King’s highly personal The Inconvenient Indian: A Curious Account of Native People in North America illuminates King’s powerful text.
Two things will be as certain this hockey season as the likelihood that the Toronto Maple Leafs will break the hearts of their loyal fans: the NHL will have to deal with some serious issues, and there is an ever-increasing appetite in Canada for books about hockey.
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 »