If you read one book this fall, it should be Salman Rushdie's splendid The Golden House.
It's the story of a wealthy South Asian man and his three adult sons who emigrate to Manhattan from Bombay.
The men, their women, their business associates and...Read More»
In an excerpt from her new memoir, No Remedy for Love, legendary classical guitarist Liona Boyd reveals her decades-long correspondence with Prince Philip—who types his own letters—which continued during her recovery from a fall in her Palm...Read More»
Love them or not, the royal family continues to capture international attention. We welcome any invitation to catch a glimpse of them, be it at a public...Read More»
Famous Canadian broadcaster and acclaimed novelist, Linden MacIntyre sat down with Zoomer to share some of the wisdom he's gleaned from his 74 years on...Read More»
Whether you want to experience the cultural hotbed of 1920s Paris or the dazzling world of twelfth century Japan, all you have to do is pick up one of...Read More»
From drool-worthy dishes to international foodie frolics, here are seven cookbooks you'll want to devour in one...Read More»
After a barrage of beach reads, the waning days of summer have washed ashore late-season literary treasures from around the globe.
When it comes to CanLit, it's hard to top Anne of Green Gables, the beloved book about Prince Edward Island's fabled redhead. Here, a few non-fiction...Read More»
Twenty years ago James Ellroy's neo-noir L.A. Confidential was brought to the screen, and it left a steady stream of thinly veiled fictions about Los...Read More»
This is us. Here, evoking Canada through its literary soul.
The writer Rudy Wiebe once said, "Only the stories we tell each other can create us as a true...Read More»
Sometimes a little literary heartbreak makes for the most enthralling read.
Start with the first lady of Irish literature, Edna O'Brien,...Read More»
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