Dutton executive editor Maya Ziv has acquired U.S. rights to Toronto-area novelist and journalist Karma Brown’s Recipe for a Perfect… Read More »
Quebec-based licensing collective Copibec has come to an out-of-court agreement with Laval University over its long-standing class action copyright infringement suit.
In the past, queer fiction was so niche that our most beloved authors were largely unknown to straight readers. The tide is changing.
The latest news and awards from and for Canadian children’s publishers.
Omar El Akkad, Maria Qamar, and Sheena Kamal were named the winners of the third annual Kobo Emerging Writer Prizes.
Kingston, Ontario–based writer Diane Schoemperlen has been awarded the $50,000 Canada Council for the Arts’ Molson Prize.
Wendy McLeod MacKnight’s second book, The Frame-Up, takes a magical premise – that the subjects in paintings are secretly alive in a world behind their frames – and turns it into an utterly charming page-turner for young readers.
HarperCollins senior editor Kate Cassaday has been promoted to executive editor, effective June 25. Cassaday, who has been with HarperCollins… Read More »