Two new Harry Potter books to be published in October
The books are set to be released as part of a British exhibition that celebrates the 20th anniversary of the launch of the series.
Why Adam Copeland says Generation X by Douglas Coupland is more relevant today than ever before
"This book isn't just important to Canada — it speaks to an entire generation and beyond," says the retired professional wrestler.
Writers & Company
Patricia Grace on telling the stories of New Zealand's Indigenous people
In this conversation from 2003, Eleanor talks to Patricia Grace — one of New Zealand’s most celebrated Maori writers.
Coming soon: 17 book-to-movie adaptations to watch for in the second half of 2017
The Next Chapter
'Novels are about survival': Why Anosh Irani's fiction is about the search to belong
The art of hiding, and finding, books on the Metro
Why Alan Doyle's memoir Where I Belong struck a chord with Trent McClellan
San Diego Comic-Con kicks off as comics struggle to find footing
Why Christa Couture calls All My Puny Sorrows by Miriam Toews 'brilliant'
the next chapter
Jowita Bydlowska gets into the mind of a sociopathic womanizer
Transforming literature into a video game: enter the world of a famous Henry David Thoreau book
Why The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood makes Marjorie Dowhos feel proud
7 Canadian books to read if you love Jane Austen
Why Stephen Lewis calls Shake Hands with the Devil by Roméo Dallaire an 'astonishingly powerful' book
How North End Love Songs by Katherena Vermette healed Bif Naked's heart
Oh She Glows blogger Angela Liddon among Canadian food writing prizes finalists
The bestselling books in Canada: July 9–15, 2017
'He is the best parts of Canada': Why Greg Bryk loves Al Purdy's poetry
Jane Austen 1st female writer to be featured on British currency
The 150 bestselling Canadian books of the past 10 years