Cherie Dimaline, David Demchuk win Sunburst Awards for Canadian literature of the fantastic
Cherie Dimaline, author of The Marrow Thieves, and David Demchuk, author of The Bone Mother, will each receive $1,000 for winning their categories.
The real-life 'ghost rapes' that inspired Miriam Toews's new novel, Women Talking
The award-winning author talks to Shelagh Rogers about writing a novel around a true series of violent events against women that took place in a Mennonite community.
Enter the CBC Short Story Prize now
You could win $6,000 from the Canada Council for the Arts, attend a two-week writing residency at the Banff Centre and have your work published on CBC Books. Enter by Oct. 31, 2018.
Vote for your favourite 2018 TD Canadian Children's Literature Award nominee
Rawi Hage, Paige Cooper among finalists for 2018 Quebec Writers' Federation literary awards
Eden Robinson wins 2018 Copper Cylinder Adult Award for Canadian literature of the fantastic
Dionne Brand reveals her favourite journey, greatest fear and her heroes
Time travel and immigration intersect in Thea Lim's novel An Ocean of Minutes
Terrance Hayes examines race and politics in the age of Donald Trump in his new poetry collection
Rawi Hage reflects on why death is for the living in Beirut Hellfire Society
Monique Gray Smith's YA book Speaking Our Truth nominated for Forest Of Reading award
Maryse Condé awarded New Prize in Literature, the 'alternate Nobel'
My Life in Books
8 books that inspired This Hour Has 22 Minutes star Mark Critch
Why The Acme Novelty Library #18 makes Dana Michel emotional
How The Hate U Give movie tells a Black Lives Matter story that's 'real and human'
Want to be a better writer? Write for yourself
TD Kids Book Club
Grade 4 and 5 students in Halifax get to know coal mining culture through Town Is by the Sea
A guide to fall literary events with CBC
David Chariandy wins $10K Toronto Book Award for novel Brother
Laurie Gelman's Class Mom captures fiction prize at Vine Awards for Canadian Jewish Literature
How I Wrote It
Why Elizabeth Hay chronicled the decline of her dynamic parents in new memoir