Sarah MacLachlan will step down at the end of June as president and publisher of House of Anansi Press. Bruce Walsh has been named new publisher of Anansi.
I wasn’t supposed to write an environmental book. I knew the ocean was in trouble. But that didn’t feel like my story.
Donoghue spoke with Q&Q about the excitement of adaptations and why she believes any novelist can be a screenwriter.
The Kitchen: A Journey through History in Search of the Perfect Design (Appetite by Random House) finds John Ota cooking in 13 kitchens from across North America.
In her new book, McMaster University associate professor of sociology Phillipa K. Chong investigates the culture and importance of book reviewing.
“Big: Stories about Life in Plus-Sized Bodies,” a new anthology featuring 26 Canadian contributors, is out this February.
Carol Martin, publisher and friend to many in the book industry, died at the age of 84 at the end of December.
Rush drummer Neil Peart, who died on Jan. 7, was responsible for rescuing ECW Press from potential financial ruin with his bestselling memoir.
In advance of officially passing the baton to incoming executive director Charles Foran on Dec. 31, the Writers’ Trust executive director reflects on her time with the literary organization.
Debut authors Rebecca Fisseha, Téa Mutonji, and Zalika Reid-Benta on their breakout year.