Wells recorded six videos tailored to the challenges the women encountered in six specific cities.
All books published in English or in French after Feb. 29, 2020, will be eligible for submission up until October 1, 2020.
The Books and the Bounty will not just put books in customers’ hands, but food on their tables.
The $20,000 CAD biannual prize is awarded to a single English-language poem of 40 lines or less.
The cancelled New York City industry fair will feature panels, Q&As, and other author events.
Toronto indie press Between the Lines is releasing an ebook that addresses social-justice issues and the climate crisis in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
One day after launching the venture, Minett already reports great response to the idea.
User engagement with digital collections has risen more than one hundred per cent at many libraries across Canada.
The alliance’s first project is #RadicalMay, an online book fair featuring multilingual panel discussions, talks, and teach-ins with authors from 50 publishers.
A map on LittleFreeLibrary.org is tracking sharing boxes around the world, including 13 currently active in Canada.