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Cassandra Blanchard, Tracey Waddleton & Michael Blouin win 2020 ReLit Awards

The ReLit Awards honour the best Canadian books published by independent presses.

38 books shortlisted for 2020 ReLit Awards

The ReLit Awards honour the best Canadian books published by independent presses. The winners will be announced on Friday, April 30.

Susan Sanford Blades, Kristyn Dunnion & Simina Banu win 2021 ReLit Awards

The ReLit Awards honour the best Canadian books published by independent presses.

38 books shortlisted for 2021 ReLit Awards

The ReLit Awards honour the best Canadian books published by independent presses. The 2021 winners will be revealed on Friday, April 23, 2021.

Andrew Battershill, Robin Richardson & Barry Callaghan win 2019 ReLit Awards

The ReLit Awards honour the best Canadian books published by independent presses.

40 books shortlisted for 2019 ReLit Awards

The ReLit Awards honour the best Canadian books published by independent presses. They are celebrating 4 years of awards in the month of April.

Martin West, Daniel Zomparelli and Rhonda Ganz win 2018 ReLit Awards

The ReLit Awards honour the best Canadian books published by independent presses.

43 books shortlisted for 2018 Relit Awards, as prize returns after 4-year hiatus

The ReLit Awards honour the best Canadian books published by independent presses. There are three categories: novel, short fiction and poetry.

Sharing a culture through art: The Rooms launches N.L. art history book

The release of Future Possible: An Art History of Newfoundland and Labrador has been a long time coming for Mireille Eagan, who says the book is the first art history book in the province's history.

Meet the Canada Reads 2021 contenders

2021 marks the 20th edition of Canada Reads. This year's theme is One Book to Transport Us. The debates will take place March 8-11.

Knocked down twice in 2020, a literary festival is making a comeback this month

The Sparks Literary Festival is "a spell of unrestrained literature of all kinds being shared with any who care to listen," writes William Ping.

Here is the Canada Reads 2021 longlist

2021 marks 20 years of Canada Reads! This year's panellists and the books they choose to champion will be revealed on Jan. 14.

20 facts you might not know about Canada Reads

As Canada Reads heads into its 20th season, we've gathered some interesting trivia about the show.

What's the future of the arts? The pandemic is giving us some clues

Newfoundland and Labrador has long had a vibrant arts community. Novelist Bridget Canning contacted some of Newfoundland and Labrador's leading artists for their thoughts on what the future might — and should — bring.

The ArtsNL Awards are 35 years old. We're toasting our artists ... from a safe distance

Novelist Bridget Canning reflects on the impact that Newfoundland and Labrador's annual arts awards have had on nurturing performers, writers, dancers and artists.

11-year-old's Instagram account celebrates books with Black characters

When Ainara Alleyne browsed through the library, she'd never see characters that looked like her. That's why she started an Instagram page to feature books whose main characters are Black and people of colour.
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From the Fifteenth District

Mavis Gallant's collection of short stories is set in Europe in the aftermath of the Second World War.

Lisa Moore's 5 tips for writing a great short story

The acclaimed writer reveals what she looks for in a good short story and how she goes about writing hers.

5 books to read if you loved Canada Reads contender Small Game Hunting at the Local Coward Gun Club

Finished reading Megan Gail Coles's debut novel and looking for your next book? Here are five Canadian options.

Normal People and 9 more book-to-screen adaptations available on CBC Gem

Novel-to-screen adaptations are all over our screens and we might not even know it.
Books of the Year

The best Canadian fiction of 2018

2018 was a great year for books. Here are CBC Books's top 25 Canadian works of fiction that came out this year.

Esi Edugyan, Patrick deWitt, Tanya Tagaq among 12 authors longlisted for 2018 Scotiabank Giller Prize

A dozen works of fiction are on the longlist for the $100,000 prize, the biggest annual award in Canadian literature.

10 Canadian books we're excited to read in September

Clear your bookshelves! A new month means new books.

Esi Edugyan, Iain Reid and Lisa Moore to judge 2019 CBC Short Story Prize

The winner will receive $6,000, a two-week writing residency in Banff and will have their work published on CBC Books. The finalists will be announced in spring 2019.
Fall Book Preview

24 works of Canadian fiction to watch for this fall

Wondering what new books are coming this fall? We have you covered.

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