She's one of Canada's preminent classical voices, a New Brunswick-born soprano who's toured the world and performed before audiences ranging from the Olympics to Queen Elizabeth II. And yet some of Measha Brueggergosman's most compelling tales take place...Read More»
Ranked among the greatest writers of his generation, just the whisper of a new tome by Kazuo Ishiguro is enough to send the fiction sections of most bookstores into a...Read More»
Tis the season for book lovers to celebrate their favourite reads from the past year, with the shortlists for both the Scotiabank Giller Prize and the...Read More»
The five finalists for the Scotiabank Giller Prize -- Canada's richest literary award -- were announced this morning and include two first-time...Read More»
Feeling a sense of wanderlust but stuck at home? From the beaches of the South Pacific to the dusty streets of Casablanca to the wind-scrubbed landscapes...Read More»
Here, the most memorable first lines in fiction that kept us coming back for more.
As celebrated author Stephen King once said: "An opening line should...Read More»
If you're looking for a fall reading list, Canadian literature has plenty to offer. Here, six homegrown page-turners to look out for this season.
After a...Read More»
From a 138-year-old Mark Twain fairytale to an up-close-and-personal look at the life of Bette Davis, these autumn reads have you covered.
Here, check...Read More»
For novelist Ian Rankin and other best-selling authors, Edinburgh proves fertile ground. Athena McKenzie tours the Scottish city for visions of literary...Read More»
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...Read More»
Kim Bozak and Rita Field-Marshal's coffee table book Glorious & Free introduces us to the multi-hyphenated Canadians leaving their mark in creative...Read More»
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