From the blog

Top 10: Badass Women Protagonists

We've gathered a council of ten...ten amazing women characters, that is. They've got all kinds of strength, from carrying on after immigrating to a new place and facing discrimination, to tracking down an abuser, to grieving a lost child.

Poetry Cure: National Poetry Month

Last year we raised our poetic fists for National Poetry Month with Poets Resist, a month-long celebration of poetry as a form of resistance. This year, we're taking a deep breath and preserving our collective strength with Poetry Cure, a series dedicated to poetry as a ...

Cover Collage: Ringin' in Spring

Our spring-inspired book covers have us waving goodbye to a long winter and hello to more sunshine-filled days.



Under the Cover: 150 Years Up North and More

150 Years Up North And More (Latitude 46 Publishing) collects creative non-fiction stories about the colonization and immigration in northern Ontario told by a variety of writers from Indigenous storytellers to new immigrants. Today Editor Laura Stradiotto tells us more ...

In Review: The Week of March 12th

This week we continued celebrating women authors and artists, learned about the making of audiobooks, and spooked ourselves out with talk of a haunted bookshop.

First Fiction Friday: Chocolate Cherry Chai

Taslim Burkowicz's debut novel Chocolate Cherry Chai (Roseway Publishing) follows a young Maya Mubeen as she leaves behind the pressures of her traditional Indian family to take on the world. A multi-generational story, the novel looks at the immigrant experience, mother ...

more from our blog