In her thriller, The Athena Protocol, the novelist and film director acknowledges the consequences of violence, even when it’s for a good cause
Varennes, Quebec, children’s publisher Comme des géants has distinguished itself on the world stage in just five years.
Eldon Yellowhorn and Kathy Lowinger, the duo behind Turtle Island: The Story of North America’s First History, return with What the Eagle Sees: Indigenous Stories of Rebellion and Renewal.
This fall, two influential poets are being celebrated in picture books: Louise Bennett Coverley in Nadia L. Hohn’s A Likkle Miss Lou and Rita Joe in I’m Finding My Talk, a response poem by Rebecca Thomas.
Tamiko plans to publish fiction and non-fiction graphic novels for an adult audience with a focus on queer creators
The winners will be celebrated at a ceremony at Rideau Hall on Dec. 12 to be hosted by Governor General Julie Payette.
A group of trans writers has floated the idea of holding a teach-in while others are calling for an outright boycott in the wake of the Toronto Public Library’s decision to allow a controversial appearance by radical feminist Meghan Murphy on Tuesday night.
Director Orla O’Loughlin talks about developing Women Talking as a one-hour stage performance.
Wayde Compton reimagined his 1999 short story about a protagonist who escapes the Great Swamp of Ink and journeys north along a blue brick path as a graphic novel, drawn by April dela Noche Milne.