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Sustenance: Conversations on Food Security

Lynn Easton will be hosting an event to discuss local food security issues, centring around Sustenance: Writers from BC and Beyond on the Subject of Food (Anvil Press).

Year in Review: 2017 highlight reel at Read Local BC

Even though 2017 was a tough year in many ways, we are happy to have shared books on important topics, increased diversity, award recognition, and new publishing initiatives. Check out a selection of our...

9 Books for the Fanatic Foodie | Holiday Gift Guide

These books are perfect for the friend that always hosts dinner parties, the grandparent who insists on packing leftovers for you, and the family member whose mouth waters just looking at cookbooks.

Time and Place | Read Local BC

Please join Read Local BC for the final event of our Fall 2017 series where local authors, Yvonne Blomer, Christopher Gudgeon, Keith Ogilvie, and Barbara Pelman will read from their books exploring the concepts...

Vancouver Poet Laureate Rachel Rose presents Sustenance

Join Rachel Rose and some of Canada’s best contemporary writers and chefs to celebrate Vancouver’s rich literary and culinary scene.

In Award News: BC authors take top spots

BC authors have been nabbing spots on some of the country’s biggest prizes this season. In the last six weeks alone, we’ve seen some nominations and wins for our local authors.

Anvil Press and Orca Book Publishers win Vancouver and Victoria Book Awards

Carleigh Baker’s Bad Endings wins the City of Vancouver Book Award and Margriet Ruur’s Stepping Stones wins the Bolen Books Children’s Book Prize at the Victoria awards.

30th Vancouver Writers Festival full of wit, wonder, and writers (of course): What not to miss

It would be impossible to gush about all the events we’re looking forward to at VWF 2017, so we’ve highlighted some of the local authors participating.

Word Vancouver a whirlwind of reading and writing: Your must-see list at the 2017 festival

Word Vancouver runs from September 19-24, 2017 and there are lots of great authors reading. Here is a roundup of some we highly recommend checking out.

City of Vancouver Book Prize announces 2017 shortlist

The four finalists for the City of Vancouver’s Book Award have been named.