Ray Robertson is the author of eight novels and three works of non-fiction. His work has been translated into several languages. Born and raised in Chatham, Ontario, he lives in Toronto.
This week in news that isn't about that open letter, we recommend books for food lovers this Culinary Arts Month, gab about our July #ALUbookclub pick, share new poetry from Kevin Spenst, marvel at some nerdy engineering, and more.
To kick off our annual summer book club, we virtually chatted with Book*hug Press, the team that brought us Shani Mootoo's newest novel Polar Vortex.
While nowhere near the dedication needed to achieve an Olympic medal (and three times, no less!), putting out a book in a shorter turnaround time is a publisher's own extreme sport. We went under the cover of Olympian and World pair Figure Skating champions Meaghan Duhamel ... Read more
We're anticipating that March Break-life next week with a printable colouring sheet of parts-of-speech bookplates – for kids and kids-at-heart alike.
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