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.
Five of FOLD’s writers for young people share their visions for how a government can support young readers.
Two beloved Canadian literary figures – Teva Harrison and Wayson Choy – passed away during the night on Saturday, April 27.
A.F. Moritz contemplates his role as Toronto poet laureate while preparing to launch a new chapbook.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the University of Alberta Press, but director and publisher Douglas Hildebrand isn’t looking to the past.
Like Najwa Zebian’s first two poetry collections, Sparks of Phoenix is a highly personal book. The collection is divided into six parts, each of which recounts Zebian’s journey in healing from abuse, building resilience and strength.
The middle-grade and YA writer Sarah Mlynowski on writing a real-world version of The Legends of Greemulax, the fantasy novel that changes everything on the sitcom Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.