Une brèche en toute chose/A Crack in Everything, which runs until April 9, 2018, features 20 works by 40 artists paying tribute to the writing and song of Leonard Cohen.
When William Weintraub’s debut novel, Why Rock the Boat?, was released in 1961, the author’s former colleagues at the Montreal Gazette might have been forgiven for feeling that the title was just a tad ironic.
The author of The Marrow Thieves found out she won the $50,000 Kirkus Prize as she was searching her desk for loose change for transit.
Allison Hirst is Dundurn’s resident woman of mystery. The developmental editor is responsible for a variety of non-fiction titles and crime mysteries, including Steve Burrows’ popular Birder Murder books, Nick Wilkshire’s new Foreign Affairs series, and Janet Kellough’s “brilliant historical series,” the Thaddeus Lewis Mysteries.
Two things will be as certain this hockey season as the likelihood that the Toronto Maple Leafs will break the hearts of their loyal fans: the NHL will have to deal with some serious issues, and there is an ever-increasing appetite in Canada for books about hockey.
Each month, Canadian library staff vote for their favourite upcoming books, via BookNet Canada’s Loan Stars readers-advisory program and the Canadian Urban Libraries Council.
Wordstock Sudbury is responding to current concerns in Canada’s literary landscape with some changes to its annual event.
Canadian Manda Group has brought on Peter Hill-Field, its director of sales and marketing, as a new partner.
When Saskatoon author Adam Pottle appears at literary festivals and events across the country, he occasionally has a tough time understanding his fellow panelists.
It was in 2014 when husband and wife Jay MillAr and Hazel Millar first got an inkling that the name of their Toronto-based indie press, BookThug – which MillAr named after a cheeky play on a few words that appear in a bill bissett poem – was now troublesome.
The Indigenous Literary Studies Association has launched the Indigenous Voices Awards, which began as a crowdfunding campaign in response to the notorious #AppropriationPrize hashtag in May.