Anglican minister Carol Finlay was appointed to the Order of Ontario for her work as the founder and director of Book Clubs for Inmates.
The Canada Council for the Arts is celebrating the 80th anniversary of the Governor General’s Literary Awards with a new interactive art exhibition.
More than 300 guests filled CBC’s Glenn Gould Studio on the evening of Nov. 2 for the unveiling of this year’s… Read More »
As the Rogers’ Writers’ Trust Fiction Prize turns 20, former award recipients and their editors share a behind-the-scenes look at their winning collaborations.
As the Writers’ Trust of Canada’s Rogers Writers’ Trust Fiction Prize turns 20 this year‚ Q&Q looks back on two decades of prize-winning CanLit.
As part of its International Excellence Awards‚ the London Book Fair will be recognizing the literary world’s top rights professionals… Read More »
Westwood Creative Artists director and vice-president Linda McKnight has been named recipient of this year’s Ivy Award‚ administered by the… Read More »
This morning, the Scotiabank Giller Prize jury revealed the six titles in competition for this year’s award. Authors Samantha Harvey‚… Read More »
The Association of Canadian Publishers has named Margaret Reynolds, executive director of the Association of Book Publishers of British Columbia,… Read More »
The inaugural Whistler Independent Book Awards, jointly produced by the Whistler Writing Society and publishing and editorial services company Vivalogue… Read More »
Irish-Canadian author Emma Donoghue has surprised ImagineNATIVE, a Toronto film and media-arts festival, by donating $20,000 of her personal award… Read More »
The Vancouver-based Cherie Smith JCC Jewish Book Festival has launched a new literary award to spotlight Jewish literature west of… Read More »
André Alexis was named this year’s Scotiabank Giller Prize winner on Nov. 10 for his novel Fifteen Dogs, and Alana… Read More »
Tomorrow night, the winner of the prestigious $100,000 Scotiabank Giller Prize will be announced at a gala in Toronto. Still… Read More »
The Retail Council of Canada’s Libris Awards, which traditionally take place in June, will move into the second half of… Read More »
The Association of Canadian Publishers has named University of Alberta Press director, eBOUND Canada vice-chair, and former ACP president Linda… Read More »
Montreal author Kim Thúy’s 2012 novel Ru (Random House Canada) was named winner of CBC’s Canada Reads debate this morning.… Read More »
Kobo has announced a new annual prize for emerging writers in the categories of literary fiction, non-fiction, and genre fiction… Read More »
First Nation Communities Read is calling for titles for its 2015 2016 program, which aims to increase awareness and publication… Read More »
Miriam Toews has won the 2014 Rogers Writers’ Trust Fiction Prize for All My Puny Sorrows (Knopf Canada), her critically lauded… Read More »
This week, the University of Toronto’s Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies will honour three distinguished writers and… Read More »
The Charles Taylor Prize for Literary Non-fiction announced today that it is rebranding and launching a new award thanks to… Read More »
Now celebrating its 10th anniversary, First Nation Communities Read has teamed up with the Periodical Marketers of Canada to launch… Read More »
It’s been nearly two years since the Canadian Culinary Book Awards rebranded as Taste Canada – The Food Writing Awards… Read More »
Nova Scotia author Carol McDougall has won the 2013 Beacon Award for Social Justice Literature, given annually to an unpublished… Read More »