Toronto author Kai Cheng Thom’s genre-breaking debut novel, Fierce Femmes and Notorious Liars: A Dangerous Trans Girl’s Confabulous Memoir, has been named the next title for actor Emma Watson’s Shared Shelf feminist bookclub.
Indie kids’ bookstores across Canada have something special in store for March break.
In less than a week, Edmonton authors Jason Purcell and Matthew Stepanic have fundraised more than $13,500 toward opening Glass Bookshop, a bookstore, wine bar, and community space dedicated to promoting diverse voices.
Itah Sadu, co-owner of Toronto’s A Different Booklist for 20 years, reflects on what the bookstore has meant to its community.
Indigo Books and Music is reporting a $7.3 million or 1.7 per cent revenue decrease in its third quarter, ending Dec. 29, 2018.
Find the Poo: Without Worrying Where You Step collects two dozen photographs of innocent-looking landscapes. Within each of them lurks a dog turd.
On digital platforms such as Rakuten Kobo, the market share for self-published authors has been increasing steadily each year.
Sales of print books in 2018 were on par with 2017 figures at $1.13 billion, BookNet Canada has announced.
The Giller glow is alive and well: indie bookstores from across Canada report that Esi Edugyan’s prize-winning adventure epic Washington Black is one of their bestselling books of the holiday season.
In three decades, the children’s bookstore Mabel’s Fables has donated over 13,000 books to Unison Health Services as part of the shop’s Book Angel Program.