To say our very own Margaret Atwood is having a moment is an understatement.
While the author has long been one of our most respected cultural exports, in today's mash-up of platinum television meets gutter politics, Atwood's work is seen as downright...Read More»
In Kim Izzo's new novel, Seven Days in May, she traces her great-grandfather's journey aboard the RMS Lusitania's final voyage in 1915.
History's great tragedies have always tugged at our emotions. Tales of human suffering, sacrifice and heroism can't...Read More»
Spring is the season of renewal. If you're looking to "spring into shape" or break out of your food rut, we've rounded up five cookbooks for some tasty...Read More»
As Audrey Hepburn said, "Paris is always a good idea." Dreaming of cosy cafes or leisurely strolls along the Seine? Here, 5 fabulous books to transport...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»
In honour of singer-songwriter Bob Dylan's Nobel Prize in Literature, we look at his storied career in music.
The 18-member Swedish Academy in Stockholm...Read More»
Oh, families. Ever feel like yours has more drama than anyone else you know? Take heart - these binge-able, buzzy books just might make you feel a bit...Read More»
From modern American War to embracing solitude, these six books have you covered.
It's an American civil war redux, this time with drones zipping through...Read More»
Want to reboot your career or take up something entirely new? Embark on a world journey or begin a new relationship? Live longer, better and more...Read More»
Sometimes a little literary heartbreak makes for the most enthralling read.
Start with the first lady of Irish literature, Edna O'Brien, 85, whose...Read More»
More than 130 years ago, Canadian Pacific built the transcontinental railroad that unites our nation from east to west.
Callisto Publishers celebrates...Read More»
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