Agony Editor Brian Francis says that authors won’t always receive an appearance fee, but the conversation remains essential.
Canadian thriller author Andrew Pyper gives some advice on finding a publisher.
On-stage events require a lot of work. If you’re going to do them properly, that is.
Crime writer Sam Wiebe believes Canadian crime-writing needs more diverse voices.
As Canadian crime writers struggle to be seen, the community is also wrestling with its own issues of inclusivity.
In honouring Clifford, I wanted to emphasize his brilliance, his philosophy, and his refusal to accept dogma.
Writing good sex is no small feat. It’s far too easy to fall into the trap of stereotypes and clichés.
What you read isn’t as important as that you read. Writers sometimes hold certain types of reading in higher regard than others. But that limits you in a world where there’s so much good reading to be had.
It has never been more crucial for game studies and game culture to revisit its “canonical” texts through the intersectional lenses of gender, sexuality, race, and class.
GAYBCs: A Queer Alphabet explores the notoriously thorny subject of queer identity, delivering what is often missing from the subject: humour. Published by Greystone Books, the picture book is a play on the constantly evolving language used to define queer identity.