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Where in Canada: Danila Botha's Queen West

Too Much on the Inside is a novel told from the rotating points of view of four newcomers to downtown Toronto. They all live on Queen St W—Dez at Brookfield, Nicki and Lukas in Parkdale, and Marlize at John. To me, Queen St W is the fifth character in the novel. My characters ... Read more

Do-Lit-Yourself: Literary Lunchboxes

With school started or starting for many, lunches will again become front-of-mind for many a plagued parent. Why not turn to your kids’ books for inspiration? With new instalments releasing in three of our fave middle-grade and YA series this fall, we’ve envisioned the go-to ... Read more

In House: Guernica Editions

Guernica Editions has been publishing books that highlight the multicultural aspects of Canada since 1978. Started by Antonio D’Alfonso after a trip to Europe, he gave the press the name ‘Guernica’ after Picasso’s painting that has become a plea for peace. They strive ... Read more

In House: BookThug

BookThug is a Toronto press that has been constantly evolving since it began operating as a micropress back in 1992. At that time the publisher, Jay MillAr, was working as a poetry editor at Coach House Books (learn all about them here) while publishing chapbooks, broadsides, ... Read more

First Fiction Fridays: Let Us Be True

Let Us Be True deftly illustrates how the ravages of war shape the lives of both men and women. At its heart is an exploration of the damage done when our need to be “true”—to ourselves, our families and our children—collides with our need to tell lies and keep secrets. ... Read more

Phyllis Webb

Phyllis Webb
Phyllis Webb worked for many years as a writer and broadcaster for the CBC, where she created the radio program ?Ideas” in 1965 and was its executive producer from 1967 to 1969.

Her 1980 work Wilson’s Bowl was hailed by Northrop Frye as ?a landmark in Canadian ...

Beverley Daurio

Beverley Daurio
Beverley Daurio is a writer and editor of fiction, prose and poetry. Her previously published works include Internal Document, His Dogs, Justice, and If Summer Had a Knife. She is currently the Publisher and Acting Editor of Paragraph: the Canadian Fiction Review ...

Jim Garrard

Jim Garrard
Jim Garrard was born in Northern Ontario in 1939. He was founding Artistic Director of Theatre Passe Muraille and President of Rochdale College. He has taught theatre at Simon Fraser University and the University of Toronto and has written extensively for film and ...

Rod Langley

Rod Langley
Rod Langley was born in Australia in 1942, and moved to Canada in his teens. He now lives in Nanaimo, B.C., where he works on film and theatre projects. His plays published by Talonbooks are Bethune (1975), The Dunsmuirs: Alone at the Edge (1991), and The Dunsmuirs: ...