He hopes that his new book will help Vancouverites beat back pandemic-induced loneliness.
This year's lineup includes an impressive list of authors, including Vancouver sisters Naomi Eliana Pommier Steinberg and Myriam Steinberg.
Israel's Eshkol Nevo, author of The Last Interview, will speak on opening night on February 20.
Passion, scandal, heartache, and longing—those might not be the first words that spring to mind upon laying eyes on Toronto.
In How To Get Laid Without Your Phone, the author encourages people to question how technology has shaped them.
The University of Minnesota professor emeritus will deliver a lecture for free on Facebook on February 17 to explain why these stories address unresolved problems in the world.
During pandemic restrictions, it's as good a time as any to make reading a priority.
February is Black History Month in Canada.
Vancouver scholar, art lover, and philanthropist Yosef Wosk curated the collection and wrote the preface.
As part of our series of articles highlighting B.C.-published books and B.C. authors during the holiday season, here are three titles that tell stories about communities that haven’t received as much attention as they deserve.
Never before has the simple act of reading meant so much to so many.
On Straight.com, we’re going to post several articles before the end of this year recommending books either written by B.C. authors or issued by B.C. publishers.