Jon Klassen and The Fan Brothers will vie for one of the most prestigious children’s book awards.
When Natalie Jenner’s husband was diagnosed with a serious hereditary disease, she closed her fledgling bookstore. Turning to her favourite Jane Austen novels for solace inspired her debut novel, The Jane Austen Society.
Accessible reading has made giant strides in the past 10 years, yet most Canadian publishers aren’t keeping up.
Toronto poet Gwen Benaway’s 2018 collection Holy Wild (Book*hug) has been named a finalist in the Trans and Gender-Variant Literature category at the Triangle Awards.
Books by three Canadian authors – Peter Edwards, Anne T. Donahue, and Michael Arntfield – have been optioned by production company New Metric Media.
Novelist Joan Clark on having her first film adaptation An Audience of Chairs.
Vancouver author David Chariandy has been named a Windham-Campbell Prize winner for his body of work.