Margaret Atwood, Canada's Queen of Letters, tackles Britain's Bard with her contemporary retelling of The Tempest.
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In honour of singer-songwriter Bob Dylan's Nobel Prize in Literature, we look at his storied career in music.
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Travel back in time with these 5 historical tales, from Cleopatra and Cicero to the ancient reign of Biblical King David and the debauchery of Henry...Read More»
Few scribes today are as in demand, across so many genres as Margaret Atwood—no surprise really, given the author's penchant for exploring new media...Read More»
Six authors are vying for Canada's $100,000 Scotiabank Giller Prize. Here, we reveal the contenders.
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It's sweater weather! Here, seven new thrillers to chill you this fall.
NUTSHELL (Knopf Canada) by Ian McEwen
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Here, Zoomer chats with award-winning author Gail Anderson-Dargatz on writing, nature and First Nations people.
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From memoirs to reportage to courtroom intrigue, five true tales for your fall reading list.
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