Faraway places and fascinating adventures – this collection of worldly reads promises incredible journeys without the jet lag!
The Island of Freedom State
Optioned for a film before it hit bookshelves, The Illegal, by...Read More»
The 2017 Governor General's Literary Award winners have been announced, with the novel We'll All Be Burnt in Our Beds Some Night by Joel Thomas Hynes taking home the top English fiction prize.
The novel, about a man named Johnny Keough who skirts prison...Read More»
This month (Oct. 27, 2017) Sylvia Plath would have turned 85.
Although she is credited as one of the most important American women writers, most of the...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»
The 54-year-old puck legend discusses his Hall of Fame career in revealing new biography, Killer: My Life in Hockey.
It's been 14 years since Doug...Read More»
There's nothing like curling up with a good mystery on a chilly autumn day. Here, some of our recent favourites.
A LEGACY OF...Read More»
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...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...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»
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»