Prize spearheaded by Swedish librarians; winner to be announced Oct. 12
Quebecor's media properties – Le Journal de Montréal, Le Journal de Québec, 24 heures and TVA Group – today filed a motion in Québec Superior Court seeking an injunction and damages to prevent the Québec Press Council from making decisions about their news coverage.
In 1979 a 23-year-old Vronsky literally bumped into Richard Francis Cottingham, the “Times Square Torso Ripper,” in the lobby of a hotel in New York City where they were both staying.
Using #TorontoWritesABook hashtag, people can tweet the next line. Every day, two lines will be selected by the library to go head-to-head in a open poll vote on Twitter, with the winning line used to tell a "compelling and functional" story.
But the world-famous writer from Neepawa, Man., knew it was crucial to her craft
Holleeder may be a household name in the Netherlands, but her face is unknown to the public. She has been in hiding since 2017, when she discovered her brother had put a contract out on her life
Applications now open for the new Pacific Screenwriting Program’s Scripted Series Lab
Toronto comic creator Jillian Tamaki picked up her third Eisner Award — considered the Oscars of comics — at the 2018 San Diego Comic Con for her collection of graphic stories Boundless.
Margaret Atwood will become the first woman and first Canadian to receive the Adrienne Clarkson Prize for Global Citizenship when she formally accepts it on Sept. 26, 2018 in Toronto.
Storylines will be from the electropop songwriter's comic book series Skin & Earth