For those who can’t attend the Toronto International Authors Festival this week, we’re highlighting some writers and books so you can read along.
Red-carpet moments may be on hold due to labour disputes, but these notable new books will provide your fashion fix this season
The Toronto International Film Festival showcases book-to-movie features based on 'All the Light We Cannot See,' 'Gonzo Girl,' and 'Orlando'
What to read If you loved watching 'Deadloch,' 'The Afterparty' and 'Only Murders in the Building'
From meet-cute to enemies-to-lovers, you’ll easily fall for these picks featuring LGBTQ characters
Summer is the perfect time to dive into nostalgic reads with these hidden gems
With all eyes on the new 'Oppenheimer' movie, our reading list showcases some of the little-known stories behind the Manhattan Project
Our vacation recommendations are gripping and smart, but won't feel like homework
Slap on some SPF, because you'll lose track of your time in the sun with these mysteries, romances and literary fiction set at the shore
From a biography of four women who shaped the Rolling Stones to literary fiction from Deborah Levy, here's what we're taking on holidays.
Mountaineer John Muir once said: "In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks." For those who seek a greater connection with their environment, read on
If you indulge in one of North America's most popular pastimes, get ready to soar with these scientific chronicles, naturalist journeys and memoirs of life with our feathered friends
These new titles give us fresh perspectives on tantalizing interiors, architectural ideas and decor details
Our list of new and notable literature about queer life and culture includes novels, memoirs and a history of Toronto's landmark Pride Parade
If you can’t make it to Toronto for the second annual celebration of literary murder and mayhem, read these books by authors featured at the festival
A pair of commentaries on class, an analysis of the generation gap and an investigation of cancel culture are included in the latest titles exploring modern life
May is Asian Heritage Month in Canada, and there’s no better way to learn about the diverse culture and rich history of Asian communities than through reading
We've got you covered with biographies of the pioneering personalities behind Burberry, Ferragamo and Lanvin, plus a tribute to Karl Lagerfeld
Spring’s best culinary reads take readers inside food politics, back in time with gastronomic history and into kitchens around the world.
14 compelling memoirs from Paris Hilton, Lucinda Williams, Andrew McCarthy and a touching mother-daughter story from Laura Dern and Diane Ladd
This season's crop of personal stories made public, take us into the lives of both fashion royalty and actual royalty, civil rights and anti-apartheid activists, acclaimed writers, a superstar athlete and unsung female trailblazers.
Our top picks chronicle key moments in pop culture, from the Beatles and James Bond to disco, drag queens and J. Crew
Rock’s golden years have captivated writers for decades, so relive the 70s with our list of evocative classics.
Our pick of the latest film reads will satisfy every cinephile ahead of Hollywood’s big Academy Awards night
These novels, biographies and essays celebrate the gains – and explore some of the losses – of gender equality and women’s rights.
The suspense will kill you in these novels from veteran crime writers like Walter Mosley and Amy Stuart to newcomers like Sarah, Duchess of York
While you wait for spring to power up, dip into a guide to the tulip, a history of the beaver and climate activist Greta Thunberg’s latest call to action
These new and notable titles celebrate achievements and explore the politics of race around this month’s theme, “Ours to Tell.”
The latest books about commerce include a personal finance guide, company biographies and a fun take on how shopping is ruining the planet
The best recent non-fiction titles explore outdoor adventure, forgotten Innu history, mushrooms, weather and pickleball
Suzette Mayr’s Giller Prize-winning book “The Sleeping Car Porter” is among our picks for the best recent Canadian novels
Winter’s best fiction includes the latest from Orhan Pamuk and Celeste Ng, Matthew Quick and anonymous Instagram sensation @DeuxMoi
Whether you're trying to curb distractions or awaken awe, these new health and wellness books will feed your body, mind and spirit
There’s no better gift for the bibliophile than books about reading and the literary life, and we've got volumes to recommend
10 books that explore the world of wealth, royalty and the aristocracy
10 titles for the starry-eyed film buff and classic-Hollywood aficionados who are perennially tuned into Turner Classic Movies
10 books about the natural world around us and within us, including the sensational "The Song of the Cell"
These 10 Christmas-themed murder mysteries and meet-cutes are a good way to decompress from holiday stress
Our list of 16 republished books includes a 1883 pamphlet about laziness by Karl Marx's son-in-law, an inventive 1933 biography of a Russian count and a 1970 mystery featuring a gay detective
These gorgeous tomes will look good in any living room, but their stunning visuals and intriguing texts will please everyone on your list
The season's best self-help books include Michelle Obama on hope, Harold R. Johnson on creativity and Ann Douglas' honest guide for mid-life women
These war-themed books honour veterans of all stripes, including a Canadian war artist, Hollywood stars, POWs, doctors and paratroopers
From silver screen and music icons to beloved TV actors and legendary space travellers, these autobiographies are the talk of the town.
The late American writer Peter Straub combined fantasy, horror and supernatural elements with a strong literary approach to create a one-of-a-kind fabulism
From literary fiction and thrillers to romance, these new novels will indulge your back-to-school nostalgia
This list of the latest fiction and non-fiction has bookstores, literary agents and authors galore.
From an imagined earthquake in Vancouver to a family saga set in Newfoundland, the best new Canadian books are bound to captivate.
Dig out the sunscreen, pack your bathing suit and head to the beach with one of our picks for summer's best novels
From stories about Johann Sebastien Bach and the Buddha to socialites Nancy Mitford and former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy, we’ve got the best new books for the ages
We’ve got 18 important books to honour Pride Month, a time to celebrate and reflect on LGBTQ lives, history and culture
In the lead up to the first Motive Crime & Mystery Writers Festival from June 3-5, we bring you 8 titles guaranteed to keep you in suspense
Our French Riviera reading list, inspired by the Crawleys' travels in the new movie, "Downton Abbey: A New Era,” features 18 titles set in the summer playground of the rich and famous
10 fashionable tomes that will make you think twice about what you wear
Deepen your understanding and appreciation of Asian Heritage Month with fiction and non-fiction by writers from the diaspora
The latest in design and decor books, on everything from White House Rose Garden designer Bunny Mellon to wallpaper, feng shui and country houses
11 books to slake your thirst for the latest clever insights on Star Trek, Whitney Houston, female comedians, pinball games and "the internet's boyfriend," Keanu Reeves
From advice on retirement planning and saving to guides on cryptocurrency and estate planning, we take a look at some of the most helpful financial reads.
From contemporary scribes like Sally Rooney and Colm Tóibín to the great James Joyce, these notable books illuminate the history, culture and food of the Emerald Isle
Go behind the scenes with these new and notable titles about Tinseltown's brightest stars and most iconic movies
From traditional cozies to social horror, here is our pick of notable mystery, crime and suspense books to keep you glued to the page during the last blasts of winter.
If the HBO series has piqued your interest in excessive wealth, here are 11 books to make you an expert on gloves, gowns and heiresses
Here’s our selection of new and notable titles, covering fashion, food, theatre, movies and music, that illuminate Black lives
Make the most of your winter hibernation and sink into these classic detective novels that explore the interconnectedness of individuals.
From confessional to professional, our must-read autobiographies include books by Katie Couric, Hayley Wickenheiser and Tomson Highway
As we navigate an uncertain world, these books offer fresh perspectives on body, mind and spirit
These 10 stimulating titles by powerful writers will ignite conversation and inspire resistance
We welcome 18 brilliant bygone books and rediscovered classics that got a new lease on life this year
10 books about the glamour and intrigue of Hollywood to delight the Turner Classic Movie devotee
Twelve titles that peek into the world of aristocrats, royals, and the rich
11 titles for the true-crime and murder-mystery aficionados in your life
10 books for bibliophiles about reading, writing and the literary life
Switch up your space with advice from experts on everything from decluttering to creating a farmhouse vibe
The festival has a huge slate of Canadian and international authors, so we're highlighting a few of the best reads
If you need an escape from your relatives, bury your nose in one of these engrossing narratives about other families
If you're looking for spooky books to kick off Halloween season, we've got some thrillers and chillers guaranteed to haunt you
These stories will transport you to the schoolyard or campus, from a poignant, coming-of-age novel to psychological thrillers to a true-crime whodunit
From an intergenerational saga from Miriam Towes to new work from Métis author Katherena Vermette, we've got fall's best fiction from award-winning writers
From historical mysteries to poetic memoirs, these books will delight green thumbs looking for design inspiration, gardening advice and philosophical musings
To get you in the mood for the Just for Laughs comedy festival, here are 2021's best humour books
A steamy romance, gripping thrillers and a dark historical non-fiction round out our picks for the season's most enticing beach reads
In honour of Father's Day on June 20, we delve into the best recent non-fiction and fiction about the everyday heroes known as dad
From cookbooks aimed at saving you time without sacrificing flavour to Anthony Bourdain's last food-inspired travel guide, we take a look at the top books about food.
With travel on hold, we take a look at books to satiate your longing for the beach.
From iconic influential texts to recently published classics-in-the-making, these books speak to the breadth of the female experience.
A history of three mothers who raised Black leaders and two debut novels lead the conversation on racism
From Sandra Brown's new suspenseful love story to Garth Greenwell's exploration of love in its many forms, we pull our favourite reads from the romance section.
From his most renowned court room dramas to his latest work set in a different kind of court, we pare down the iconic author's extensive body of work to a list of must-reads.
From our favourite Dickens classics to a biography that explores the parallels between his life and writing, we look at some must-have tomes for any Dickens fan.
From Victorian England and the Second World War to antebellum Virginia, take your mind to a time long before COVID with these recent and soon-to-be published novels.
Hear the critical narratives emerging from the voices that were left out of the history books with these illuminating reads
For those with eclectic or unpredictable interests, these non-fiction wildcard picks offer intriguing options for outliers, with books about fashion, food, comic artists — and Scotland.
From Enya to the Beatles, Leonard Cohen and Richard Avedon, these culture tomes belong on your reading list.
The next best thing to reading books is reading about books, and these titles will delight bibliophiles
Dive deep into the history of film with a reading list that includes "This Was Hollywood," "Made Men" and "Wild Minds"
From Susan Taubes' Divorcing to Terry Southern's Blue Movie, we round up our favourite reissued books that didn't get their due
Life under lockdown will be lightened with the mindfulness tips, empathy and escapism offered by these books
We've edited the British spy-turned-author's oeuvre down to this indispensable list
Celebrity chefs, tastemakers and style legends make our list for inspiring ideas for cooking and entertaining
Canadian literary icon Timothy Findley is finally getting his due almost 20 years after his death
Grounded by the pandemic, we need books to transport us even more