“I’m hoping that by September and October, books that are actually set in a pandemic won’t feel too true to life,” Wolsak & Wynn publisher Noelle Allen says.
Q&Q’s June issue celebrated the publishing industry’s innovative, generous spirit during the trials of COVID-19.
Q&Q asked the publishing community to nominate heroes who have in some way, big or small, contributed to sustaining the industry.
The three-day courses, dedicated to investigative journalism and to genre fiction, will be held online.
Sherrill Grace, an officer of the Order of Canada, on Timothy Findley’s prescient plague writing.
The closed stores were described as either “not profitable or very, very marginal.”
When the non-fiction book was published by Annick Press in 2014 it sold 9,000 copies. Since March, it’s sold 20,000 more.
Chances are if you’ve ordered a book online from an indie bookseller, you have interacted with Bookmanager.
The really interesting question is how do you do create that sense of being at Word on the Street?
Q&Q spotlights a few of the exciting new voices you may have missed.