The Egyptian-Canadian author of ‘American War’ takes the CA$100,000 Scotiabank Giller Prize, as Aspen Words longlists his ‘What Strange Paradise.’
Now in its fifth award cycle, the $35,000 Aspen Words Literary Prize names 16 books to its 2022 longlist, with a shortlist to come February 23.
As part of Canada’s Guest of Honor program at Frankfurter Buchmesse, authors Kim Thúy and Michel Jean spoke about the role of identity in storytelling.
CBC Books’ ‘Canada Reads’ concludes with the work of an Indigenous winner and all five titles headed for Canada’s bestseller lists.
With a couple of summer themes, our entries here are from Italy, South Korea, Norway, Iceland, Canada, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.
The literary awards program based in Toronto, announces a 2020 shortlist today, with the winner to receive more than US$75,000.
The Giller Foundation in Toronto issues two major grants to writing organizations working in Canada to support Indigenous literature.
Asking his staff to welcome ‘new companies and respective colleagues’ in international acquisitions, Markus Dohle touts PRH’s ‘unmatched global reach.’
BookNet Canada releases the country’s bestselling English-language book sales of 2018—for both Canadian authors and overall bestselling titles.
Having once left the American ebook market largely to Seattle, Rakuten Kobo now is hitching a ride with Walmart back into Amazonian America, selling ebooks and audiobooks through the big-box leader.
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