Quill and Quire


New directions

Maybe it’s a hangover from long-ago student days as well as an affinity with Jewish culture, but September has always… Read More »


Dream dealersTo the editor:Re: “The allure of print” (May 1997):With the demise of some government concessions and subsidies, publishers are… Read More »

The young and the restless

I don’t remember anyone ever saying when I joined the book business three years ago that it would be a… Read More »


Unhealthy relationsTo the editor:As one of the HarperHundred victims, I was choked up by Ed Carson’s flatulent and sweaty-palmed statement… Read More »


Many omissions from kids’ best listTo the editor:Re: “The best Canadian kids’ books of all time” (Oct. 1997):Excuse me? The… Read More »


Taking it to the sourceTo the editor:For two years now, McClelland & Stewart has been blaming its distribution problems on… Read More »