Margaret Atwood is the 1st woman and Canadian selected for Adrienne Clarkson Prize for Global Citizenship
Established in 2016, the prize is given to a leader whose work has been dedicated to 'belonging and inclusion.'
7 Canadian books to read if you love Jane Austen
The Pride and Prejudice author died on July 18, 1817. If you've read all her books and are looking for something new, here are a few suggestions that would make Lizzy Bennet proud.
100 writers in Canada you need to know now
Get to know 100 writers who are making an impact.
The CBC Books summer reading list: 18 cool books to read while the weather heats up
Jonny Sun, Lin-Manuel Miranda collaborating on Twitter-inspired book of personal affirmations
How cosplay became a global phenomenon
The bestselling books in Canada: July 8 to 14, 2018
World Emoji Day
Can you guess the Canadian book by the emojis?
Love historical fiction? Check out these 12 Canadian novels this summer
Magic 8 Q&A
Why YA novelist Star Spider thinks every teen should read a psychology 101 textbook
Kris Bertin wins ReLit Award for short story collection Bad Things Happen
Listen to Writers & Company's special summer series with Man Booker Prize winners
'Swearing is Good for You': The evolutionary advantages of f-bombs
Jen Sookfong Lee explores how Gus Van Sant's My Own Private Idaho brought the marginal into the mainstream
The real family history that inspired Linda Spalding's new novel
How Esther The Wonder Pig and her legion of fans crowdfunded a life-saving CT scanner for large animals
Wayne Johnston on how one wrong thing can ruin your whole life
Why Grace O'Connell wrote about strained family relationships and a crisis situation
How losing a parent inspired Gurjinder Basran's latest novel
Aravind Adiga's books tackle clashes of the classes in Indian society
Margaret Atwood, Kim Thúy and Anne Carson nominated for alternative Nobel Prize
10 Canadian YA books you should read this summer
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