Topic: cbc nl virtual book club
Michael Crummey wins top prize at N.L. Book Awards
Michael Crummey's Sweetland, a tale of resettlement and refusal, has won him top prize at this year's Newfoundland and Labrador Book Awards.
Q&A with Flannery author Lisa Moore on branching out to young adult fiction
The acclaimed author sits down with Weekend AM host Heather Barrett to talk about her new novel for young adults, Flannery.
Check out the live Q&A with Kathleen Winter on Annabel
We wrapped up reading Annabel for the CBC NL Virtual Book Club tonight, featuring a live Q&A with author Kathleen Winter.
Coming up May 31: Live Q&A with Kathleen Winter for our Virtual Book Club
If you've ever wanted to ask the author of Annabel a question about her novel, here's your chance.
Annabel: The 2nd chat for the CBC NL Virtual Book Club
Tuesday night was the discussion for CBC NL Virtual Book Club's second chat about Annabel, by Kathleen Winter. Miss out? Check back May 31.
Coming up: 2nd chat for Annabel in CBC NL Virtual Book Club
Coming up May 17, the CBC NL Virtual Book Club is hosting the second chat for Annabel, by Kathleen Winter.
Nothing but the stark truth in Ron Hynes book, biographer says
A biography about Ron Hynes has been on the shelves for a couple of weeks, but was officially launched in St. John's Tuesday night.
Minister vows to renegotiate $430K library leases in Corner Brook, C.B.S.
Minister Dale Kirby said he'll do everything in his power to change two library leases, and redistribute that money to keep some rural libraries open.
12 great books from Newfoundland and Labrador
Looking for a great read? CBC Books has put together just a sampling of some of the best books by authors from the province.
Liberal MHA Scott Reid speaks out against library closures
One MHA wants the cuts in his district reversed - cuts that his own party made.
First chat for Annabel in the CBC NL Virtual Book Club
The next CBC NL Virtual Book Club is meeting right here Tuesday at 7 p.m. NT to chat about Annabel, by Kathleen Winter. Join in!
2 west coast communities challenge Liberal logic in library closures
People in Lourdes and Cow Head are vowing to fight the impending closures of their communities libraries.
Library closures not imminent, towns could take some over, says Dale Kirby
The minister of Education and Early Childhood Development says it's still possible the libraries up for closure could stay open, although school-run libraries will not be open to the public.
Library cuts will have 'huge repercussions,' says author Lisa Moore
One of Newfoundland and Labrador's best-known authors says she's shocked by government's decision to close more than half of the province's libraries.
Greenspond veteran feels disrespected as war memorial library set to close
People in Greenspond say they were "blindsided" by the provincial government's decision to shut down their library that's dedicated in the memory of five local soldiers that died in World War II.