Tundra Books has unveiled a new logo, which will begin appearing on books publishing in fall 2017.
Room magazine is hosting the country’s first feminist literary festival, titled Growing Room, in March.
Two Canadian authors are working behind the scenes to help coordinate their local city marches.
Appetite will publish a Christmas cookbook by Anna Olson.
Nimbus Press has acquired Canadian English-language rights to The Honey Farm, by Harriet Alida Lye.
ECW Press creative director Crissy Calhoun has acquired a new novel by Halifax writer and A Softer Word webcomic co-creator Joey Comeau.
Hidden Life of Trees author Peter Wohlleben will publish his second book in English with Greystone.
Doubleday Canada has acquired Dania Tomlinson’s debut novel.
A group of writers in Kingston‚ Ontario, is doing its part to aid in the current international refugee crisis‚ and to support authors persecuted overseas.
McClelland & Stewart publisher Jared Bland has acquired Canadian rights to Toronto Star reporter Katie Daubs’s non-fiction book about the unsolved 1919 disappearance of theatre entrepreneur Ambrose Small.
Victoria-based press TouchWood Editions has announced that publisher emeritus Pat Touchie has retired.
Wilfrid Laurier University Press editor Siobhan McMenemy has acquired world rights to Tiff: The Life and Works of Timothy Findley.
Catherine Montgomery, a program officer with the Canada Council for the Arts, died on Jan. 5, at the age of 62.
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Grant Munroe will step down as director of marketing and publicity for Biblioasis.
I met Mel Bolen 20 years ago this spring. Already a bookseller, I was hoping to work at Bolen Books, her celebrated store in Victoria’s Hillside Shopping Centre.
HarperCollins will publish a new novel by Elisabeth de Mariaffi.
L.M. Montgomery’s classic story of CanLit’s most beloved – and precocious – East Coast preteen‚ Anne of Green Gables‚ was revitalized in 2016.
Booksellers are recouping from a busy holiday shopping season‚ during which many of the titles they anticipated would be the biggest sellers were in-demand through to the end of 2016.
Heritage House Publishing has acquired a forthcoming non-fiction title by former Olympic rower Jason Dorland.
Annick’s Press plans to maintain a local presence in Vancouver following the closure of its office there.
Effective immediately, Ampersand Inc. will serve as sales representation for Chelsea Green Publishing.
Effective immediately, Ontario indie press Fitzhenry & Whiteside will take over Canadian and U.S. distribution of all Royal B.C. Museum titles from Heritage Group Distribution.
Penguin acquires food blogger Jan Scott’s cookbook.
Distribution Change for Edda USA.