David Starr’s historical YA novel captures the complexity and conflict of New Caledonia
“I am drawn to the weird, to the dreamlike, to the absurd”: Stuart Ross on Anvil’s new surrealist poetry imprint
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Celebrating Canada’s Natural Beauty
Local historian Rolf Knight has been announced as the 2017 recipient of the George Woodcock Lifetime Achievement Award, the province’s most prestigious literary honour.
A selection of recent works by Indigenous writers and forthcoming Indigenous books in celebration of National Aboriginal Day
The weekly BC Bestseller List represents the top-selling BC published books released within the calendar year.
We’re excited to share some great BC book events happening around the province—including Victoria, Chilliwack, and Fort Nelson.
BC’s young readers’ choice award, the Chocolate Lily Award, was awarded in three categories on June 9
With events in all around the Lower Mainland and up the Sunshine Coast, there’s lots going on this week. Here’s a quick snapshot!
In honour of Pride Month in June, Robin Stevenson talks about her award-winning book, Pride: Celebrating Diversity & Community
Nisga’a writer Jordan Abel has won the 2017 Griffin Poetry Prize for his latest collection of poetry, Injun, an erasure book-length poem about racism and the representation of Indigenous peoples.
The jury agreed that Bearskin Diary is an important book telling the story of one of thousands of Aboriginal children taken from their families by provincial governments during the “Sixties Scoop”.
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