This deeply researched new guidebook connects remarkable local trails to the vibrant Indigenous heritage of the region.
The book traces the celebrated Vancouver artist from growing up in poverty in Manitoba to a career that's earned her the Order of Canada.
A critique of Lotusland is at the centre of the book, which is both a highly cinematic crime saga and a deeply literary outing.
More than 300 artists from around the word are flocking to Vancouver for the seventh annual VanCAF.
Each of the versatile author's works has offered her the courage and clarity to delve deeper into signature themes.
With a mix of essays, poetry, and photographs, Knight has created a vivid account of the turbulent childhood she spent in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.
As the acclaimed and sometimes controversial author explains to the Straight, the theme of losing one’s original voice and vision with age is a thread that connects several of the essays in his latest collection.
Few local residents realize that authors in this province have distinguished themselves by producing more thoughtful and original books on climate change than anywhere else in North America.
We’ve got obsession, corruption, deep shadow, even a touch of the bubonic.
Salish poet Ronnie Dean Harris says artists have a responsibility to demystify injustice.
The author's latest work demonstrates her skill at building characters of marvellous versatility and depth.
The award-winning author and journalist took her youngest son on an unforgettable journey through France, Italy, and China.
Recurring themes for the workshops are race and intersectional feminism—and, fitting for the political climate, confessional and biographical writing.
A new book by the Environics Research Group founder analyzes polling data and demographic trends to explore whether a candidate like Donald Trump could rise to power in Canada.
Her debut novel was inspired by the 2010 MV Sun Sea incident, when a Thai cargo ship ferrying 492 Sri Lankan asylum seekers was intercepted off the coast of British Columbia.
Canada’s war on drugs began in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, as Susan Boyd recounts in her new book, Busted: An Illustrated History of Drug Prohibition in Canada.
The Handmaid's Tale will be returning to home screens this spring.
Her latest cookbook features tasty and healthy recipes combined with technology.
In the summer of 1983, CBC producer Stephen Wadhams spent eight weeks crisscrossing Britain and Spain interviewing more than 70 people who had known the revered author of 1984.
The temporary shop-in-shop includes artists' writings, catalogues, and home objects designed by Mary Heilmann, Paul McCarthy, and others.
“When you are attempting to understand someone’s life,” she says, “you have to become compassionate towards those circumstances.”
Her new novel is set on Israel’s oldest kibbutz.
A 10-storey building with eight floors of condos is proposed at the southwest corner of West Broadway and Spruce Street.
The Toronto writer's second novel is an epic tale focusing on the effects of the Second World War internment on Japanese Canadians.
The Stand was a monster.