How I Wrote It
Jack Wang's short story collection We Two Alone is a layered look at love and the Chinese immigrant experience
The Canadian author discusses the inspiration behind We Two Alone, which is on the Canada Reads 2022 longlist. The five panellists and the five books they choose to champion will be revealed on Jan. 26.
Casey Plett, Kaie Kellough & Waubgeshig Rice among 5 writers to jury 2022 Scotiabank Giller Prize
They are joined by American writers Katie Kitamura and Scott Spencer to judge the $100,000 prize, the biggest in Canadian fiction.
CBC MASSEY LECTURES
Out of the Sun: On Race and Storytelling | Esi Edugyan's CBC Massey Lectures
Two-time Scotiabank Giller Prize winner Esi Edugyan's CBC Massey Lectures, Out of the Sun: Race and Storytelling, explore the relationship between art and race through the lens of visual art, literature, film and her own lived experience.
Enter the CBC Nonfiction 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. The deadline to enter is February 28, 2022 at 11:59 p.m. ET.
How I Wrote It
Tawhida Tanya Evanson explores the power of emotions in the Canada Reads longlisted-novel Book of Wings
One fateful morning changed Ralph Benmergui's outlook on comedy, family and mortality
Marcello Di Cintio's Canada Reads-longlisted book Driven uncovers the untold stories of Canada's cab drivers
Pulitzer Prize-winner Quiara Alegría Hudes on her journey to writing the hit musical In the Heights
Safe travels: What to pack when Zooming to new spaces
Here is the Canada Reads 2022 longlist
It Was Dark There All the Time is a first-person account of slavery in Canada
39 works of Canadian nonfiction to watch for in spring 2022
How Kateri Akiwenzie-Damm's poetry collection (Re)Generation turns anger into beauty
This Calgary couple is working to destigmatize cancer for Black Canadians
Rivka Galchen's reimagining of a 17th century witch trial is a story that speaks to our time
Filmmaker Andrea Dorfman and poet Tanya Davis on their short film How to Be at Home
CBC Massey Lectures
Esi Edugyan on why European art fails to paint the full picture of the Black experience
Comedian and author Charles Demers reviews 3 books about funny people
Shakespeare's Richard III shows us how to resist tyranny
Amber Cowie's Last One Alive is a psychological thriller about myth and murder — read an excerpt now
New Indigenous writers adding more representation to children's literature
How a fateful limo ride led musician and memoir author Tom Wilson to his Mohawk roots
My Life in Books
Alex McKinnon & Mira Burt-Wintonick of the Sorry About The Kid podcast share the books that inspired them
Michelle Good's acclaimed novel Five Little Indians looks at the legacy of residential schools