Jane van Koeverden

Jane van Koeverden is an associate producer with CBC Books.

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Seth bids farewell to his 20-year comic epic Clyde Fans

Clyde Fans, a five-part series about two brothers and their faltering sales business, has been two decades in the making for Guelph, Ont.-based cartoonist Seth.

Cole Pauls wrote an action-packed comic to help preserve Indigenous language

Two Earth Protectors are charged with saving the planet from evil pioneers and cyborg sasquatches in Dakwäkãda Warriors. The comic, which incorporates a blend of English and Southern Tutchone, serves as an allegory for colonialism.

Why Samra Habib wrote a memoir about growing up as a queer Muslim woman — and it's now a Canada Reads winner

The journalist and photographer opens up about reconciling her identity in her memoir We Have Always Been Here.

Alix Ohlin, Steven Price, Ivan Coyote, Yasuko Thanh among BC and Yukon Book Prize nominees

The BC and Yukon Book Prizes have announced the shortlists for eight awards, which each come with $3,000.

Why Megan Gail Coles wrote a novel that explores the best and worst of Newfoundland

Megan Gail Coles is on the Canada Reads 2020 shortlist for Small Game Hunting at the Local Coward Gun Club.

Carol Rose GoldenEagle on the sinister things you learn while writing a thriller

Bone Black, Carol Rose GoldenEagle's first thriller, is about an Indigenous woman named Wren who seeks justice in the name of her missing sister.

Griffin Poetry Prize winner Kaie Kellough shares 5 books that inspired him

Kaie Kellough's third poetry collection Magnetic Equator won the $65,000 Griffin Poetry Prize.

Michael Christie's Greenwood wins best novel at Arthur Ellis Awards for Canadian crime writing

The B.C.-based writer's futuristic tale of environmental destruction and family secrets will receive $1,000.

Chantal Gibson, Heather Birrell, Roxanna Bennett & Charlie C Petch winners of top Canadian poetry prizes

The annual League of Canadian Poets Awards recognize the best in Canadian poetry. Each of the winning poets will receive $2,000.

Seth, Téa Mutonji & Zalika Reid-Benta among finalists for $20K Trillium Book Award for Ontario books

A graphic novel by Seth and debut short fiction collections by Téa Mutonji and Zalika Reid-Benta are up for a prize that celebrates Ontario writing.