It’s been a challenging year for Toronto’s “most beautiful bookstore.”
Publishers are easing the social-distancing blues by hosting special offers on their ebook catalogues.
Customers can purchase a single title or sign up for a subscription, with profits shared between Libro.fm and their bookseller of choice
Canadian independent bookstores are altering their hours, offering discounted or free delivery and, in some cases, closing entirely in response to concerns over the coronavirus.
Book-club members are ready to hear from publishers, with 56 per cent reporting that the reason they joined a book club was to be exposed to new books.
The Toronto-based press released Amanda Leduc’s book, Disfigured: On Fairy Tales, Disability, and Making Space, simultaneously in print and in six accessible formats: audiobook, digital accessible information system (DAISY) audio, EPUB 3, e-braille, physical braille, and electronic PDF.
Socially relevant writing captures International Women’s Day’s spirit of empowerment.
Reed Exhibitions has officially cancelled the 2020 London Book Fair out of concerns over COVID-19.
Richard Peddie has announced he will open a new bookstore in Amherstburg, Ontario, this summer.
The iconic romance publisher has launched three new multi-genre imprints – Park Row Books and Graydon House in 2017 and Hanover Square Press in 2018 – as part of its expansion into trade publishing.