Robbie Robertson's Testimony, which was released this week (Nov. 15, 2016), recounts the successes and struggles of one of rock music's most legendary songwriters, from his childhood to the disbanding of The Band in 1976, chronicled in the legendary...Read More»
Who doesn't love a good whodunit, especially when it involves a new conundrum for your favourite sleuth? Don your trench coat and dive in to these books that can be read as part of a series - or as a stand-alone.
RATHER BE THE DEVIL...Read More»
This Remembrance Day, Eric Koch has much to remember.
His life began 97 years ago in Frankfurt, Germany and his life in Canada began in 1940 when he...Read More»
In this exclusive excerpt from Roméo Dallaire's new book, Waiting for First Light: My Ongoing Battle with PTSD, the retired lieutenant-general describes...Read More»
Find out who won the most lucrative literary prize in Canada - the $100,000 Scotiabank Giller...Read More»
Here, eight classic books that honour and tell the stories of Canada's wartime heroes.
OUR FINEST HOUR: CANADA FIGHTS THE SECOND WORLD WAR...Read More»
Canada's 150th birthday is months away, but the literary world got a head start on highlighting the Great White North.
Canuck expat Mike...Read More»
In what is likely only the beginning of a celebratory few weeks for Canadian author Madeleine Thien, the 42-year-old was announced this morning as the...Read More»
Up for a little a little adventure and intrigue? Try one of these picks.
In The Witches of New York a pair of spellbinding sisters who...Read More»
This season, books from bestselling scribes will be piling up faster than the leaves in your front yard.
Irish-Canadian author Emma...Read More»
Margaret Atwood, Canada's Queen of Letters, tackles Britain's Bard with her contemporary retelling of The Tempest.
A celebrated theatre director, a lost...Read More»
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