Book Features

Canada’s 26th governor general, Adrienne Clarkson, experienced a rude surprise earlier this year.
In our annual seasonal roundup, we talk to the authors of everything from a 3,600-page portrait of ordinary life to a photo-packed cultural history of fashion.
The Montreal-based novelist follows up her sensational 2009 debut with the tale of an affair between chefs.
Toronto's poet laureate boasts quite a résumé for someone who’s still in midlife.
Jennifer Croll’s new book is one of the rare style histories that survey why we wear what we do, right up to modern times.
His bio of iconic architect Arthur Erickson adds the award to its two B.C. Book Prizes.
In his sprawling six-volume work, even the humblest aspects of existence can spark meditations on family, love, and death.
Because the Conservatives are implementing changes incrementally and by stealth, it's not as noticeable as the revolutions that took place under Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher.
At UBC’s Beaty Biodiversity Museum, where she will be writer in residence this November, the author discusses her recently released second novel and details of her writing life.
International authors, including David Mitchell, will be in Vancouver for one of several literary festivals happening this fall.