Joel Thomas Hynes’s novel We’ll All Be Burnt in Our Beds Some Night and Sheilah Lukins’s children’s novel Full Speed Ahead: Errol’s Bell Island Adventure were named the winners of the 22nd Newfoundland and Labrador Book Awards in a ceremony at St. John’s Government House.
Chronicle Books has collected photographer Caitlin Cronenberg and set designer Jessica Ennis’s secret photo shoots with fascinating female actors into the hardcover collection The Endings: Photographic Stories of Love, Loss, Heartbreak, and Beginning Again.
It’s far from my first time behind a microphone. But what I’m discovering is that there’s a big difference between reading one’s own novel to an audience and reading the work of another writer.
Montreal-based novelist Kim Thúy has been shortlisted for the New Prize in Literature, the prize created to replace the cancelled 2018 Nobel Prize for Literature.
Audiobook narrator Anne T. Donahue and audiobook engineer Bobby Singh share some tips for how authors can ace audiobook narration.
Temple Street Productions (Orphan Black) has acquired film and TV rights to Susan Swan’s debut 1983 novel, The Biggest Modern… Read More »
Four titles have been announced for this year’s National Business Book Award.