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If you liked One Hundred Years of Solitude, you'll love...

If you liked One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, you'll love Galore by Michael Crummey. Find out why.

Nancy Huston on the year that never ended

The author speaks with CBC's C'est la vie about the part that language plays in her identity and work.

Art Spiegelman's Maus being removed from Russian bookstores: AFP

Spiegelman's Maus, which was inspired by conversations with his Holocaust survivor father and re-imagines people as animals, features an altered version of the Nazi symbol on the cover.

You oughta know these songs by Alanis, Shania, Céline and Sarah

CBC Books presents the ultimate primer in their music: the We Oughta Know playlist - 3 songs from each of these artists every music lover needs to know.

How well do you know Anne of Green Gables and Avonlea?

To mark Montgomery's passing, we've collected some of the features about Anne of Green Gables we've posted over the years. Hope you enjoy it!

Cover of new Harper Lee book revealed!

Earlier this year, the reclusive American author made international headlines after it was announced that her rediscovered novel - which features Scout as an adult woman and was actually completed before To Kill a Mockingbird - would be published in July.

Canada Reads: Day One Replay

What is the one book to break barriers? Watch the first day of the debates.

See the new Maya Angelou U.S. stamp tribute

The new stamp will be issued on Tuesday, April 7, but the service released a preview of the image this week.

Delicious-looking cakes inspired by literature

What happens when you ask a group of talented pastry chefs to create cakes inspired by books? Magic. Delicious magic.

House of Cards: Why do we love villains?

Once in a while, an antagonist comes along that is so intelligent, cunning, and brash, that we become captivated by their actions, as brutal and insidious as they may be.