Graeme Gibson, novelist and partner of Margaret Atwood, died Sept. 18 in London, England.
Three novelist/screenwriters talk about the unique challenges and rewards of each form.
Groundbreaking Canadian novelist Graeme Gibson dies at age 85.
Pedlar Press publisher was getting ready for the release of Sister Language when they received the terrible news.
The history of The Witness Blanket, Newman’s creative process, and a series of interviews are compiled in a new full-colour book.
WLU Press is offering free digital copies of social-justice texts in solidarity with jailed poet Rita Wong.
Inhabit’s mandate is expanding, but the press remains passionately committed to its original mission: recording the oral stories of Inuit elders.
Vancouver Granville member of parliament Jody Wilson-Raybould will publish her first book, From Where I Stand: Rebuilding Indigenous Nations for a Stronger Canada, on September 20.
“When I was first published, there were three giants of Canadian crime writing: Eric Wright, Ted Wood, and Howard Engel,”… Read More »
Playwright Kate Cayley talks about how libraries inspired her play The Archive of Missing Things.