The long-running literary debate show, ‘Canada Reads,’ is set to air March 27 to 30 this year, seeking to ‘shift your perspective.’
The winner of the CBC Books Poetry Prize wins 6,000 Canadian dollars, with an emphasis on social issues among this year’s shortlist.
In screenwriting, a case of arbitration with the Writers Guild of America impacts revenue for writers on Netflix’s original films
New Regency’s film and television features provide the content for a new Insight Editions series of large-size art-book-format tie-in titles.
Michelle Good’s ‘Five Little Indians’ about survivors of the ‘residential schools’ outlasts the competition in CBCBooks’ ‘Canada Reads.’
The 21st season of CBCBooks’ ‘Canada Reads’ will air its live debates March 28 to 31, choosing ‘One Book To Connect Us.’
‘Creative Asia: Rights Matters’ is part of an extensive presentation at Frankfurter Buchmesse from Taiwan’s TAICCA program. (Sponsored)
CBC Books’ ‘Canada Reads’ concludes with the work of an Indigenous winner and all five titles headed for Canada’s bestseller lists.
Discovering ‘which books matter most to Canadians’ is a goal of the annual ‘Canada Reads’ program, now opening its new season.
The new Taiwan Creative Content Agency (TAICCA) introduces drama, a historic newsreel, a boyhood tale, and a survey of literature.