Personal stories, rigorous investigations, gorgeous art, and audacious visions of a post-pandemic future
Canadian novel, short-fiction, and poetry highlights from publishing’s golden season
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.
Dub poet Lillian Allen has been finding joy in the spoken and written word since she was asked to recite a poem in church as a child.
This charming picture book celebrates the unique hair bond between a Sikh father and his daughter.
New and upcoming releases by a diverse group of authors showcase joy and complexity across genres.
Delightful, diverse reads, all available now.
Four emerging creators who are producing powerful and visually unique work. Plus, three digital comics to follow.
Seven book festivals bring Canada’s literary landscape to your fingertips