Tell us about a person, group, business, or organization that has in some way, big or small, contributed to sustaining the publishing industry.
The events had been postponed from May to July in the hopes that the COVID-19 pandemic would be contained.
“This spring, summer, and autumn should have been my harvest season. The entire year, really.”
As part of an ongoing series, Q&Q is talking to people in the Canadian publishing industry about how physical distancing… Read More »
Publishers face steep challenges as they reconsider how and when to release titles across their spring and summer seasons.
A running list of all of the Canadian publications postponed during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Canada’s book distributors are applying creativity and flexibility to keep the supply chain moving during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Glad Day co-owner Michael Erickson spoke to Q&Q about the financial shortfalls facing the LGBTQ2S community, including queer writers in crisis.
The children’s author wanted to create an audio-only space where silly stories and nonsense poems could offer a 10-minute distraction from the chaos.
Professional authors whose 2020 spring-summer book tours and launch events have been cancelled can apply until April 20.