Within 24 hours of Omar Mouallem’s announcement of the online writing school, the 14 courses had reached 30 per cent of their capacity.
To walk festival-goers through the uncharted territory of our digital universe, Jael Richardson and Amanda Leduc offer some tips on how to get the most out of the FOLD’s first virtual literary festival.
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.”
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.