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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Filippo Bernardini, an employee of a well known publication house, has been arrested for stealing hundreds of unpublished manuscripts.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."