This year has been a challenging and inspiring one for Indigenous writers.
Best of times, worst of times: Nathan Whitlock rounds up 2016’s great and terrible book news from around the world.
Q&Q’s Books for Young People editor shares her favourite children’s titles of 2016.
Our 2015 Year in Review suggested there was reason to feel cautiously optimistic heading into 2016. That prediction was not… Read More »
Q&Q editors Steven W. Beattie and Sue Carter reveal some of their favourite releases of 2016 The Parcel Anosh Irani… Read More »
Q&Q contributors select their favourite releases of the year The Break Katherena Vermette House of Anansi Press Katherena Vermette’s fiction… Read More »
Five booksellers share their picks for 2016 cover designs with front-facing appeal Closer: Notes from the Orgasmic Frontier of Female… Read More »
When Katherine Ashenburg pitched a middle-grade adaptation of The Dirt on Clean: An Unsanitized History (Vintage Canada), her popular 2007… Read More »
When Mona Awad’s debut book of fiction, 13 Ways of Looking at a Fat Girl, won the 2016 Amazon.ca First Novel Award, some readers might have had reason to be puzzled.
Designers choose four books that made a visual mark in 2015 Debris Kevin Hardcastle (Biblioasis) Designed by Kate Hargreaves This… Read More »