After a barrage of beach reads, the waning days of summer have washed ashore late-season literary treasures from around the globe.
Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk's latest revels in romance and intrigue when a Turkish well-digger's desires lead to...Read More»
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 titles to add to your island canon.
To inspire dreaming: The Little Book of...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»
Faraway places and fascinating adventures – this collection of worldly reads promises incredible journeys without the jet lag!
The Island...Read More»
Love them or loath them, the royal family continues to capture international attention. We welcome any invitation to catch a glimpse of them, be it at a...Read More»
From coming to terms with the past to building a new life after loss to finding hope and laughter in the most unlikely places, here are some must-reads to...Read More»
Sure, reading on the beach is an integral part of any proper summer, but so are get-togethers with family and friends. Look to these party-enhancing books...Read More»
As we mark the bicentenary of the death of British literary icon and chick lit's founding scribe, Jane Austen, Zoomer's Deputy editor Kim Izzo revisits...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»
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