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 Canadian people." Through these following fragments – a minuscule sampling, let it be said...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 The Little Red Chairs – her first novel in 10 years – is propelled by an Irish...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»
Get sleuthing with these nine great mysteries and thrillers, perfect for the lazy, hazy days of summer.
CAMINO ISLAND (Knopf) by...Read More»
Happy birthday to Alice Munro! In honour of her 86th birthday, we look at five reasons why she is a true literary wonder.
If the fantastic news that...Read More»
Looking for the ultimate summer escape? Indulge your inner time-traveller and whisk yourself back to another place and time with these seven new...Read More»
Book this. Can't make it to Europe, but still dreaming of a trip to the continent? Grab one of these classic destination-centric books, as chosen by...Read More»
In her book, Raised Bed Revolution: Build It, Fill It, Plant It…Garden Anywhere!, author Tara Nolan has cultivated a guide of expert tips and ideas,...Read More»
Zoomer's own literary critic, Athena McKenzie counts down her top 15 novels for Canada's 150.
From the global sensation that was L.M Montgomery's Anne Of...Read More»
Here, to celebrate Canada's 150th birthday, we highlight the Great White North.
Canuck expat Mike Myers toasts his homeland in Canada, a...Read More»