Here, Zoomer chats with award-winning author Gail Anderson-Dargatz on writing, nature and First Nations people.
Gail Anderson-Dargatz lives "right on the boundary."
Actually, the 52-year-old author lives right on a lot of boundaries and...Read More»
From memoirs to reportage to courtroom intrigue, five true tales for your fall reading list.
A DISAPPEARANCE IN DAMASCUS: A Story of Friendship and Survival in the Shadow of War (Knopf) by Deborah Campbell
In 2007 Canadian journalist...Read More»
In a one-on-one interview with Zoomer, Trudeau discussed his father, his relationship with his Prime Minister brother Justin Trudeau, why he can't take a...Read More»
Room author Emma Donoghue has done it again, this time with her Giller Prize nominated, The Wonder.
The Wonder, written by the 46-year-old author of...Read More»
#WeekendReads. From the mess, death and complexities of modern war to the horrors of the Holocaust and a family thrown into crisis over a charge of sexual...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»
Faraway places and fascinating adventures – this collection of worldly reads promises incredible journeys without the jet lag!
The Island...Read More»
One of these lucky Canadian authors will be $100,000 richer when the 2016 Scotiabank Giller Prize is handed out in November.
Twelve titles. Twelve chosen...Read More»
Feeling a sense of wanderlust but stuck at home this summer? From the beaches of the South Pacific to the dusty streets of Casablanca to the wind-scrubbed...Read More»
Grab your sunscreen and sunglasses, and soak up the last weeks of summer! Here, some of our favourite books to take to the beach.
Here, Kim Izzo chats with Marni Jackson about life, love and making her fiction debut at 70-years-young.
Marni Jackson, 70, is a journalist and...Read More»
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