Victoria author Yasuko Thanh scored a major win for her debut novel, "Mysterious Fragrance of the Yellow Mountains," which has been awarded the 2016 Rogers Writers' Trust Fiction...
After a series of abrupt life changes and illness, the Haitian-born Toronto poet and performer has published her first book at 21
Also known as the popular @Hatecopy on Instagram, Qamar, 26, has created a book offering advice and relatable stories for young Desi women.
Victoria-based author Esi Edugyan says her second time winning the $100,000 Scotiabank Giller Prize felt all the more meaningful amid a climate in which truth is “under siege.”
Things got a little tense on the finale of “Canada Reads 2018”.
It seems that I am a "Bad Feminist." I can add that to the other things I've been accused of since 1972, such as climbing to fame up a pyramid of decapitated men's heads (a leftie journal), of being a dominatrix bent on the subjugation of men (a rightie one, complete with an illustration of me in leather boots and a whip) and of being an awful person who can annihilate – with her magic White Witch powers – anyone critical of her at Toronto dinner tables.
Started in 1978, it has become the largest short-short story contest in the country.
Launch of video short on author who wrote Anne of Green Gables coincides with International Women's Day
The lawsuit filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court claims agents' use of so-called packaging fees is illegal under California law because they pose "numerous conflicts of interest between writers and the agencies serving as their agents."
The National Film Board of Canada is translating its works from the screen to the printed page with a new literary venture.