“We look at it as year zero,” says festival producer Sanjoy K. Roy.
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Erin Woodward on which books are resonating with the Girly Book Club and why American publishers are scrambling to get their books into her readers’ hands.
Three finalists have been announced for the Cundill History Prize.
Books by Kenneth Oppel, Jonathan Auxier, Kyo Maclear, Faith Erin Hicks, and more will be read and voted on by students in Ontario.
The $50,000 prize went to Smith’s middle-grade novel-in-verse Ebb & Flow while Jillian Tamaki won the CBC Fan Choice Award.
Margaret Atwood shares the 2019 Booker prize with British author Bernardine Evaristo.
Russell Smith, Whitney French, and Julie Mannell have been hired as acquisitions editors to help chart a new direction for Dundurn.