The long-running literary debate show, ‘Canada Reads,’ is set to air March 27 to 30 this year, seeking to ‘shift your perspective.’
Scholastic and LitWorld: A 24-Hour ‘World Read Aloud Day’ Event
Scholastic’s 2023 World Read Aloud Day program has a new format, in which authors from 13 countries read aloud through the Storyvoice app.
Canada’s Kids Can Press at 50: A New ‘Millie Magnificent’ Animated Series
With its third book set for fall, Ashley Spires’ ‘Most Magnificent’ series from Kids Can Press is slated for an animated series from Nelvana.
Swiss Publisher Helvetiq Expands to the US and Canada
Pointing to a women’s suffrage book for youngsters–and beer hiking guides for older kids–Helvetiq is widening its horizons.
Tiya Miles Wins Canada’s $75,000 Cundill History Prize
Harvard’s Tiya Miles wins the Cundill History Prize’s top honor for ‘All That She Carried,’ a 2021 National Book Award winner.
Canada’s CBC Books Names Five Finalists for Its 2022 Poetry Prize
The winner of the CBC Books Poetry Prize wins 6,000 Canadian dollars, with an emphasis on social issues among this year’s shortlist.
Livres Canada Books: 50 Years Supporting Canadian Publishing
From book fair stands to support for diversity and accessibility, Livres Canada Books is celebrating 50 years of key support for the Canadian book industry. (Sponsored)
Canada’s $75,000 Cundill History Prize Names Its 2022 Finalists
Ada Ferrer, Tiya Miles, and Vladislav Zubok are this year’s finalists in the Cundill History Prize, a winner to be named December 1.
A New Venue for Publishers’ Backlist: The ‘Yonder’ App
The new app from Webtoon and Wattpad associates is being pitched as a service that can serialize publishers’ backlisted titles.
Rights Roundup: On to Frankfurt’s Fairgrounds
The business of the book takes centerstage at Frankfurt, but it’s those gleams of artistry, even fleeting, that finally compel rights sales.