Toronto book designer Michel Vrana brings a punk aesthetic to his latest project, Black Eye Books.
Tamiko plans to publish fiction and non-fiction graphic novels for an adult audience with a focus on queer creators
Director Orla O’Loughlin talks about developing Women Talking as a one-hour stage performance.
Geoffrey E. Taylor is retiring from the position that he has held with the Toronto International Festival of Authors since 2003.
Literary agent Arnold Gosewich, who represented primarily Canadian non-fiction writers, passed away at age 85.
Author and professor Charles Foran will replace Mary Osborne, who held the position for seven years.
Erin Woodward on which books are resonating with the Girly Book Club and why American publishers are scrambling to get their books into her readers’ hands.
Poet and editor Kathryn Mockler is the impetus behind Watch Your Head, a new online multimedia journal focused on the global climate crisis.
In a new art book, 32 Canadian authors’ short writings about a formative location in their lives are paired with portraits that place them against their chosen Canadian backdrop.
Edmonton chef and former Chopped Canada contestant Shane Chartrand is a passionate advocate of Indigenous culinary traditions and ingredients. For… Read More »