The decrease is attributed to strong competitive pressures and efforts to reduce promotions.
Indigo booksellers vote titles by Canadians Cherie Dimaline, Margaret Atwood, and Jesse Thistle as the best of the year.
Knife Fork Book, Canada’s only all-poetry bookstore, is thriving in its new location, says owner Kirby.
Canadian publishers and agents share five titles they’ll be pitching at the 2019 Frankfurt Book Fair.
Pre-orders can launch a bestseller, yet some publishers say they remain an unreliable predictor of success.
There’s plenty for readers-in-training to drool over.
Three out of four Canadian indie booksellers viewed their bookstores as healthy, with about six in 10 optimistic about the health of the Canadian publishing industry.
Hamilton’s Epic Books will open a second location inside the city’s Playhouse Cinema on Sept. 17.
Considered to be the biggest title of the fall season, The Testaments’ pre-release has not been a completely blessed event.
Ben McNally Books, a fixture on Bay Street in downtown Toronto, is set to close next year.