Three recent works of nonfiction serve as vital records of this historic time.
Geoffrey Ursell, one of the cofounders of the Regina press Coteau Books, passed away in Saskatoon on Feb. 21.
Diversity and inclusivity were the core values that gave rise to the publisher Mawenzi House.
McLeod’s first memoir, 2018’s Mamaskatch, won a Governor General’s Literary Award and was shortlisted for the RBC Taylor Prize.
Halfe shares her plans for her two-year term as parliamentary poet laureate.
In 1999, Gilmore was awarded the Governor General’s Award for Children’s Literature for A Screaming Kind of Day.
Luciana Ricciutelli, groundbreaking feminist publisher, died in December at the age of 62.
When Austin Clarke died in 2016, the bulk of his backlist was out of print. This is a strange legacy for one of the foundational writers of CanLit’s first wave.
The film adaptation arrives in theatres in Calgary and Edmonton Nov. 27 before premiering on CBC and CBC Gem on Dec. 4.