In this year’s CBC Massey Lectures, two-time Giller winner Esi Edugyan tells the stories of overlooked Black figures from history in essays that explore art, white allyship, samurais, and more.
From the mid-1960s to the late ’80s, Kattan and his distinctive bushy moustache were ubiquitous at literary events across the country.
These young people are harnessing the power of literature to change their communities.
The Inuvialuit knowledge keeper and residential school survivor died at the age of 84.
During Tupholme’s time as chair, the IV Programme has brought more than 300 publishing professionals to TIFA.
Barber led Oxford University Press Canada’s dictionary division from 1991 through 2008.
The Scarborough, Ontario, spoken-word artist was unanimously confirmed to the role by members of provincial parliament on Wednesday.
The story follows four teenage girls who bond over their sexual curiosity, and how their relationships change as they come of age in their 20s.
In Out of the Sun: On Art, Race, and the Future, Edugyan will examine how Black histories have been portrayed in art, through the lens of visual art, film, literature, and her own lived experience.