When George Toles first joined Facebook, he found the medium dull but had an idea how to make it more interesting.
Halfe shares her plans for her two-year term as parliamentary poet laureate.
Terese Mason Pierre imagines the book launch of the future in this original short story.
Dominik Parisien imagines the editorial meeting of the future in this original short story.
Chelene Knight’s Breathing Space Creative is a service-based consultancy that helps publishers, festival organizers, and other literary organizations to better support the needs of their authors.
Wayne Arthurson writes about how in Indigenous crime fiction, a.k.a. Native American mystery, most of the novelists who reap the benefits aren’t Indigenous.
In honouring Clifford, I wanted to emphasize his brilliance, his philosophy, and his refusal to accept dogma.
Dionne Brand, one of the country’s most respected and beloved writers, returns this fall with two books: The Blue Clerk and Theory.
Sarah Weinman was all of 16 years old the first time she read Lolita.