Today we get gift-guided by nîtisânak author Lindsay Nixon, who shares recommendations that range from books that will appeal to your mom, your bestie, your most discerning companions and colleagues and even your friend-without-a-name – a.k.a, your secret santa.
It is so difficult keeping up with the explosion of new authors in the indigenous world these days. What is particularly heartening is the number of award-winning young authors who are women. There is still a great deal of sexism in the industry; however, the industry is beginning ... Read more
Happy Thanksgiving! We're thankful for a spate of literary events and festivals (five!) to go to this week.
If you thought last week had all the festivals, think again; this week has Thin Air in Winnipeg, Fog Lit in Saint John, Victoria's Festival of Authors, Poetry Weekend at the University of New Brunswick, Kingston Writers' Fest, and a bevy of readings and book launches.
Are you ... Read more
This week we got excited about the Indigenization of CanLit, and the official kick off of our summer book club, and more (but you'll have to keep reading).
Some launches and reading series hit your calendars this week, as well as the Griffin Poetry Prize Readings (fingers crossed for all of the excellent nominees!).
Are you hosting an event featuring an author whose titles are available on All Lit Up? Send the event details, including ... Read more
We're eggstatic about the Easter long weekend because our agenda mostly consists of eating chocolate until the bunnies come home, and catching up on our TBR piles. But before we hop off, we rounded up the weekly book news and share our weekend book pick, below.
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