The number of consumers who’ve read a portion of a book before purchase continues to rise, according to a new study by BookNet Canada.
King W. Books, a new bookstore focused on art, design, and local titles, will open in Hamilton, Ontario this September.
A revised edition of Shannon Webb-Campbell’s poetry collection Who Took My Sister will be released in the coming months, Book*hug has announced.
Publisher Alex Wall is set to open Crowsnest Books, a new publishing house, on July 1.
Twelve Canadian publishers will participate in the inaugural New York Rights Fair this week, housed under the banner Canada Stand.
A new searchable database of short Canadian literary works aims to compile 10,000 Canadian plays, poems, and works of short fiction over the next 18 months.
Forget the pop and chips—this summer, a vending machine at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport will be filled with delicious CanLit.
Canada’s first Independent Bookstore Day, which was held this year on April 28, marked the transformation and rebranding of the three-year-old Authors for Indies program into a series of events for more than 50 independent Canadian bookstores.
More than 50 retailers will be participating in the newly rebranded Canadian Independent Bookstore Day on April 28.
Despite being around for less than a year and already relocating once during its short existence, Vancouver’s Massy Books is quickly becoming a beacon for the literary community as well as a champion of Indigenous authors and diversity.