Three recent works of nonfiction serve as vital records of this historic time.
The finalists have been announced for the BMO Winterset Award, celebrating literary work by a writer from Newfoundland and Labrador.
Geoffrey Ursell, one of the cofounders of the Regina press Coteau Books, passed away in Saskatoon on Feb. 21.
The aim is to find writing that reflects the experience of Indigenous peoples in Canada.
Students in Grades 4–8 are encouraged to submit an original story of fact or fiction, prose or poetry.
Diversity and inclusivity were the core values that gave rise to the publisher Mawenzi House.
McLeod’s first memoir, 2018’s Mamaskatch, won a Governor General’s Literary Award and was shortlisted for the RBC Taylor Prize.
Testimonio: Canadian Mining in the Aftermath of Genocides in Guatemala is described as a collection of essays, news reports, and testimonials about the actions of Canadian mining companies in the Central American country.
Run Towards the Danger tells five stories through personal essays.
This spring, an actor, filmmaker, and musician each step away from their day jobs to publish personal #ownvoices books aimed at young readers.
The Toronto International Festival of Authors is bringing a discussion and performance of famed British playwright Tom Stoppard online next month.
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The grant supports Canadian writers, artists, and arts professionals, as well as their associated organizations, in funding training and education.
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The celebrated poet and author will succeed poet Dionne Brand.
State of Terror follows a newly appointed secretary of state charged with investigating the conspiracy behind a terrorist attack that has caused international chaos.
The $75,000 (U.S.) international prize for English-language history writing is administered by McGill University.