The seven juried prizes, which cover fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and kidlit categories, will each be worth $3,000.
Geoffrey E. Taylor is retiring from the position that he has held with the Toronto International Festival of Authors since 2003.
Literary agent Arnold Gosewich, who represented primarily Canadian non-fiction writers, passed away at age 85.
The YouTube channel will feature author interviews, read-alongs, illustrator demonstrations, book trailers, reviews, and more.
Author and professor Charles Foran will replace Mary Osborne, who held the position for seven years.
Hamilton, Ontario’s AbleHamilton Poetry Collective is Canada’s first litfest created by and dedicated to deaf and disabled artists.