Why does everything retro-cool in Vancouver seems to end up on the wrong end of a wrecking ball?
The “for us, by us” ethos behind the collaboration demonstrates real flair and depth of feeling.
A Delhi Obsession would be an eye-opener for many in this part of the world who continue to see India as world’s largest secular democracy.
Her previous novel, Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows, has been optioned by director Ridley Scott's production company.
“To see the world clearly, we must first become aware of the veil; we must recognize our blind spots,” she writes.
"Taiwan's peculiar international situation makes it difficult to get its voice out there," Wu says. "There are lots of great novels waiting to be read if they could be translated."
Stephen King and his author wife, Tabitha, are turning their home into a nonprofit writer's retreat.
With blunt honesty, relatable humour, and a journalist’s insatiable curiosity, the Toronto-based author investigates our best attempts to treat mental illness.
Atwood's The Testaments is the third sequel to have won many believe is the most prestigious literary prize in the world.
Here are two new releases that are as fun to use in the kitchen as they are perfect to curl up with under a blanket.
Her themes range from Indigenous empowerment to the delights of reading Stephen King.
On the way is a packed program of readings, workshops, and performances.
Running from October 21 to 27 at venues clustered on Granville Island and scattered around town, the Vancouver Writers Fest’s latest edition brings a signature mix of fast-emerging and big-name authors.
You can feel her heartbeat on every page, whether she’s writing about city animals or mental health, chronic illness or sexism in the local standup-comedy scene.
Through art and activism, Maracle has spent a lifetime filling the cultural crater left by the residential-school system.
Here are four suggestions, all written by Canadians, and all telling very different stories.
Among the events is a conversation delving into the history of water privatization and how to counter it.
Jim Wong-Chu became a driving force in nurturing, promoting, and advocating for Asian-Canadian culture and talent in the arts.
These new titles will entice you to get busy in the kitchen.
Walter set up the independent publishing house in 1998 to release his many books, including Beer and I Survived D.O.A.