The miniature book collection includes handwritten tomes by Sir Tom Stoppard, Dame Jacqueline Wilson, Sir Ben Okri and other well-known authors
Author Noah Richler is chairing the jury for this year's Giller Prize, an award's body his father literary icon Mordecai Richler helped launch in 1994.
The Queen's Reading Room Podcast will feature Her Majesty's book picks as well as literary discussions with authors and celebrities every week.
Canadian Booker Prize jury chair Esi Edugyan called the novel a "a triumph of emotional storytelling, bracing and brave."
The author, who gave birth to a daughter 10 days ago, accepted the award remotely from her home in the Scottish Highlands
Each of the 14 writers, illustrators and translators will receive a prize of $25,000
The 14 winners, who will each receive a prize of $25,000, will be announced Nov. 8
Dionne Irving and Kevin Chong are among the finalists who "probe what it means to be human, to survive, and to be who we are"
The author's work has been translated into more than 40 languages, and there have been more than 1,000 different productions of his plays.
The 2023 longlist includes the prize's 2005 winner David Bergen and debut novelist Deborah Willis.
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan have purchased the movie rights to the bestselling romantic novel, which was published in May this year.
Esi Edugyan, chair of the 2023 judges, said each of the 13 novels "cast new light on what it means to exist in our time."
The list includes the latest novel by Canadian-born New Zealand author Eleanor Catton.
The book features Suzuki and two of his grandchildren exploring the insect population in their own backyard.
Kundera won global accolades for the way he depicted themes and characters that floated between the mundane reality of everyday life and the lofty world of ideas.
McCarthy won the Pulitzer Prize for his 2006 novel 'The Road.'
The legendary British author has died at 73. His absence will be keenly felt, but Amis leaves behind a book shelf’s worth of novels, including 'London Fields', 'Money' and 'Success', filled with shambolic anti-heroes raising a finger at society.
The upcoming releases include a wellness book for adults and a picture book for children, which will roll out over the next two years.
The Queen's coronation gown also featured tributes to her children, grandchildren and rescue dogs embroidered into it.
'En Agosto Nos Vemos' or 'We'll See Each Other in August' was deemed by the late author's family to be too important to stay hidden
After a career interviewing what she describes as the "finest minds in the world," the long-time radio host says she's ready to begin a new chapter.
On Saturday, every book purchased at an indie store qualifies you to enter the Book Lovers Contest, with a chance to win gift cards worth up to $1,000
The SALT project aims to translate and publish 40 works by authors from Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka
Filippo Bernardini’s elaborate phishing scam netted 1,000 unpublished manuscripts by prominent authors including Margaret Atwood and Ian McEwan
The Obamas and Oprah Winfrey pay tribute to the writer whose poetic interpretations of the African American experience gained a world-wide audience
The US$150,000 English-language literary award for female and nonbinary writers redresses the inequality of women in the publishing world
Dr. Seuss Enterprises will publish “How the Grinch Lost Christmas!” in September
"The Defector” brings the Cold War intrigue from space to Earth as the Soviets and Americans race to develop fighter jets
The book also seems to have put a dent in the popularity of members of the Royal Family — including the Prince and Princess of Wales.
The publisher of the new memoir, 'Spare", says it had sold 400,000 copies so far across hardback, e-book and audio formats.
The former U.S. president’s 13 titles include Canadians Emily St. John Mandel and Kate Beaton, as well as tomes from Michelle Obama, George Saunders and Jennifer Egan
The billionaire philanthropist is giving hundreds of copies to little libraries around the world
Toronto writer Sheila Heti took home the fiction award for 'Pure Colour,' a novel the GG peer assessment committee called "a work of genius."
The 2022 Giller Prize jury called Mayr's novel "alive and immediate — and eerily contemporary."
The Writers' Trust of Canada awards amounted to a combined monetary prize value of $270,000.
In his new book, Bob Dylan offers up both critique and historical insight into various musical recordings of the last century by a variety of popular artists.
The long-awaited memoir will tell with "raw unflinching honesty" Prince Harry's journey from "trauma to healing", his publisher said on Thursday.
Karunatilaka won the prestigious prize on Monday for his second novel ‘The Seven Moons of Maali Almeida’, about a dead war photographer on a mission in the afterlife.
The finalists for the Governor General's Literary Awards spotlight books in both the English and French language, as well as translated works.
Michelle Obama Award for Memoir will provide a $10,000 college scholarship to a graduating public school senior based on their autobiographical submission.
The author said, of winning, that "I was very surprised ... I never thought it would be on my landscape as a writer."
Wolf Hall, published in 2009, and its sequel Bring Up the Bodies, released three years later, both won the Booker Prize, an unprecedented win for two books in the same trilogy and making Mantel the first woman to win the award twice.
Prince William “just cannot forgive his brother,” according to Katie Nicholl, author of 'The New Royals: Queen Elizabeth’s Legacy and the Future of the Crown.'
The winner — to be announced on November 2 — will take home the annual $60,000 prize.
Friend and co-author Stephen King has said the author's 1979 book, "Ghost Story," is his favourite horror novel.
The jury read 138 books to choose 14 titles for the long list, one of which will win the $100,000 prize, one of the richest in Canadian literature
The Indian-born novelist who was ordered killed by Iran in 1989 because of his writing, was attacked before giving a talk on artistic freedom.
First published in 1978, the pencil crayon-illustrated wordless picture book sold more than 5.5 million copies around the world while a television adaption became a Christmas favourite in Britain and was nominated for an Oscar.
Obama's list includes everything from fiction to books on politics, cultural exploration and basketball.
The former National Post columnist says her tagline is ‘What’s read is good, and what’s good is read.’”
The B.C. author, a retired bricklayer, drew on his childhood growing up on the Okanagan Indian reserve for his coming-of-age story set in 1956
The UK judges said her fourth novel, inspired in part by the Vancouver Public Library, contained "sparkling writing, warmth, intelligence, humour and poignancy."
Bill Gates' summer reading list includes fiction and non-fiction titles that cover gender equality, political polarization and climate change.
The 2022 Pulitzer prizes include this satirical look at identity politics, focused on the father of former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, at a crucial time in the Jewish state’s history
The authors are among six Canadian scribes included on the The Big Jubilee Read list.
Angela Kelly, who's worked for the Queen for 20 years, discusses everything from cutting the Queen's hair to "the light and laughter that was shared ... even in the darkest moments."
The collection features a novel, short stories and a radio play written between 1956 and 1961.
Bezos hired Scott at the hedge fund where he worked after receiving a recommendation from Morrison. Shortly thereafter, the pair married and Scott helped Bezos launch Amazon.
Friends say the California-based royal got a million-pound book deal to write "an intimate take on his feeling about the family."
The Congress says 'The Betrayal of Anne Frank' has "deeply hurt the memory of Anne Frank, as well as the dignity of the survivors and the victims of the Holocaust."
Ahead of the 75th anniversary of the publication of Frank's 'The Diary of a Young Girl' in June, a team that included a retired FBI agent and around 20 historians, criminologists and data specialists identified a relatively unknown figure as a leading suspect in revealing her family's hideout.
Filippo Bernardini, an employee of a well known publication house, has been arrested for stealing hundreds of unpublished manuscripts.
The creators of the biographical comic book have released similar books about Hollywood legends like Carrie Fisher, Lucille Ball, David Bowie and Elizabeth Taylor.
Obama's favourite 2021 reads include two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning author Colson Whitehead's 'Harlem Shuffle' and 'Klara and the Sun,' by Nobel Prize-winning author Kazuo Ishiguro
The author, who was best known for her work in gothic fiction, died on Saturday evening as a result of complications from a stroke.
The Edmonton-based Inuk writer explores themes of displacement, loneliness and spirituality in six short stories
The former Globe and Mail reporter, who published "American War" to acclaim in 2017, tackles the global migrant refugee crisis in his second novel
Galgut received nominations for his 2003 and 2010 works before finally taking home the prize this year.
Publishers of the newly discovered memoir say the Hollywood legend wrote the book in the 1980s in response to the relentless media attention he received during that time.
Director Roland Gulliver lands in Toronto to open his second, much-expanded virtual festival with more than 200 events
Gurnah, 72, is only the second writer from sub-Saharan Africa to win one of the world's most prestigious literary awards
Sophomore efforts from novelists Omar El Akkad and Jordan Tannahill join debut books from Cheluchi Onyemelukwe-Onuobia and Angélique Lalonde
Tina Brown's sequel to her 2007 release 'The Diana Chronicles' is set to hit shelves April 12, 2022.
The thriller about a psychic FBI detective is one of 12,000 titles now available for free to members
The new book will feature a collection of candid, intimate and entertaining conversations
Harry says he's writing the book "not as the prince I was born but as the man I have become."