The bookstore’s new home and expanded cultural centre, which will continue to celebrate African and Caribbean heritage, will anchor the legacy A Different Booklist has created over more than two decades.
The bookstore and African- and Caribbean-Canadian cultural centre will be moving across the street in 2022 to a four-storey heritage building that is being preserved as part of Toronto’s revitalized Mirvish Village project.
As an incentive, booksellers who complete the survey will have early access to the full report from BookNet when it is published this fall.
Indigo launched its Discover Your Community program in April. The program will run for 12 weeks at more than 100 Indigo, Chapters, Coles, and Indigospirit locations across the country
Canadian Independent Bookstore Day is on April 24.
House of Anansi Press reports that the books have overperformed on the West Coast.
In Lens Flare, artist Rhys Douglas Farrell transforms derek beaulieu’s visual poems.
The celebration of indie booksellers will be held on April 24 with the public-facing campaign launching Tuesday, April 6.
The Canadian Book Market 2020 found that although the value of print-book sales was down 5.3 per cent from 2019, certain categories saw growth from the previous year.