Romance fiction writers Farah Heron, Sonya Lalli, and Uzma Jalaluddin on their inclusive love stories.
Janet Hawkins, a program consultant at Ontario Creates and champion of the province’s publishing industry, died on May 27.
I’ve never believed in an afterlife, not really. I was raised with a mishmash of beliefs, a cherry-picked amalgam of… Read More »
Seven highlights from the Toronto Comic Arts Festival.
In her first graphic novel, my favourite girl that I never see (ChiZine Publications), Alberta artist Courtney Løberg tells the… Read More »
The cartoonist Seth talks about Clyde Fans, a picture novel 22 years in the making.
With her new graphic novel, When I Arrived at the Castle, Emily Carroll steps into sexier terrain with a unique take on the gothic vampire tale.
Greg Younging, the publisher of Theytus Books, the oldest Indigenous publishing house in Canada, passed away on May 3.
Joseph Kertes remembers novelist and former Humber College colleague Wayson Choy.
This is the story behind The Secret Library of Mr. Prud’homme, a touring exhibition with stops in Halifax, Toronto, Saskatoon, and Vancouver, which examines artistic ownership and institutional authority.