Margaret Laurence honoured in the hometown she couldn't wait to leave
Margaret Laurence escaped her Prairie hometown as soon as she could, but always said Neepawa, Man., was foundational in much of her writing. Today, she was honoured there as a person of national historic significance.
Tanya Talaga's Massey Lectures will examine suicide crisis among Indigenous youth
All Our Relations: Finding the Path Forward will have lectures in Thunder Bay, Halifax, Sasktaoon, Vancouver and Toronto.
Get your stories ready: The 2019 CBC Short Story Prize will open on Sept. 1, 2018
You could win $6,000 from the Canada Council, a 10-day writing residency at the Banff Centre and have your work published on CBC Books.
100 writers in Canada you need to know now
Why Thomas King created an illustrated edition of his bestselling memoir The Inconvenient Indian
'Son of Hitler': How the Charlottesville protests inspired a graphic novel's major plot change
How Judy Rebick's 11 personalities helped her cope with the abuse she suffered as a child
Would you let a 10-year-old cut your hair?
Dennis Lee reflects on being one of Canada's most beloved poets
How 'counter-monuments' can solve the debate over controversial historical statues
Why Kai Cheng Thom believes there's power in being vulnerable
Toronto Public Library is writing a book on Twitter — and residents can contribute
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15 Canadian collections of poetry to watch for this fall
Man Booker Prize winner Marlon James on writing himself into a new life
14 books you heard about on CBC Radio this week
Why artist Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas believes ancestral stories are more relevant than ever
Alan Doyle didn't really understand Canada — until he toured with Great Big Sea
The man behind Johnny Cash was Canadian — and Julie Chadwick's new book shares his story
Modern libraries innovate to better serve their communities
Why Ann Marie Fleming recommends reading My Name is Red by Orhan Pamuk
How I Wrote It
Robyn Harding's thriller is about discovering that a parent at your kid's school is a violent convicted felon
Dionne Brand, David Chariandy, Lee Maracle shortlisted for $10K Toronto Book Award
Iain Reid on having his new suspense novel Foe optioned for a movie
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