By the end of the annual ‘Canada Reads’ TV show on March 29, only one of the competition’s titles and its celebrity advocate will still be standing.
Canada Reads, a contest in which 5 celebrities debate various books merits and vote a title off each day on CBC TV, has serious implications for publishers.
Philippa Levine chairs the 2023 Cundill History Prize jury, and the prize’s shortlist is expected in late September.
n English-language Canadian publishing, Booknet reports a major jump of interest expressed by respondents in graphic narratives.
The winner of the CBC Books Poetry Prize wins 6,000 Canadian dollars, with an emphasis on social issues among this year’s shortlist.
Close to 600 titles will be part of the new, accessible ‘Ebooks for Everyone’ initiative from the Literary Press Group of Canada.
Calling his workforce ‘a dedicated community of talented book-loving people,’ Markus Dohle commends PRH’s employees on 2021’s gains.
Canada’s first Indigenous governor general, Mary May Simon, is to include Frankfurt Book Fair in her state visit to Germany this month.
With its finalists to be named from Frankfurter Buchmesse, the Cundill History Prize releases its shortlist.
The five romances of Anna Todd’s ‘After’ series are being adapted as graphic novels with Spain’s Pablo Andrés assigned to do the artwork.