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By Paulette Jiles

Poet, novelist, and memoirist Paulette Jiles stakes out new ground in her latest novel, eschewing her preferred mode of historical fiction in favour of literary dystopia. In Lighthouse Island, Jiles tells the story of...

November 13, 2013 | Filed under: Fiction: Novels

By Kelli Deeth

The Other Side of Youth is the first book by Torontonian Kelli Deeth since her well-received 2001 debut collection, The Girl Without Anyone. The 11 stories in Deeth’s new collection explore similar territory: fr...

October 22, 2013 | Filed under: Fiction: Short

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The University of British Columbia has responded to complaints from The Writers' Union of Canada that the university is failing to compensate writers and publishers for the use of their works in photocopied course pac...

September 17, 2013 | Filed under: Book news

By Lemony Snicket; Jon Klassen, illus.

The Dark is a fantastic collision of literary phenomena: Lemony Snicket and Caldecott Medal winner Jon Klassen (This Is Not My Hat), who together create a story evoking the spooky old poem “In a Dark,…

May 21, 2013 | Filed under: Picture Books

By Gloria Ann Wesley

The story of the Underground Railroad is a natural source of inspiration for children’s writers. It has the shape of a journey, plausible possibilities for autonomous child participation, plenty of suspense, and...

September 14, 2011 | Filed under: Children and YA Non-fiction