"Before I read this book, I was lost, trying to find myself."
"Maybe we love a book because we see something of ourselves in it."
The longlist for a national award that honours the best in Canadian fiction was announced today.
The memoir of her life as a street nurse in Toronto serves as a powerful call to action on homelessness across Canada.
Iris Chen sits at a Starbucks on a cloudy August day, a pile of Chinese-language books in front of her.
The annual Vancouver Writers Fest has announced the complete lineup of its 2019 edition, revealing an even deeper commitment to its long
Human-rights activist George Takei has been on a mission to educate people about the Japanese American internment.
“If you don’t laugh, you don’t survive,” she says at one point in this two-hour overview.
The 500-page tome is an epic howl of dissent now storming the mainstream.
Among her many honours were the Nobel Prize, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, and the Pulitzer Prize.
A series of 11 fires were set at community book exchange boxes, known as Little Libraries, from March to May.
Vancouver's Rodney Sharman and Stephen Smith are two of 10 Canadian composers on tap to bring the bestselling book to musical life with two "spells" each.
The Vancouver-based author places relationships between women at centre stage in her third novel.
He’s now out with a new book, Gun Island, which tackles these issues head-on.
The two broad themes of the 2019 fest—the state of the environment and “the importance of belonging”—grow more urgent every day.
From Newfoundland moose to avocado panna cotta, here are four collections to drool over.
Chefs get real in a new cookbook.
The Victoria-based poet says her works are "like little parts of me."
The Johns Hopkins scholar's memoir reveals problems and solutions that could help turn the tide on what he calls "America's crisis of pain management".
Here are a few new nonfiction titles that might work well with long afternoons away from the office.