Samuel Archibald's debut collection of short fiction, Arvida (Éditions Le Quartanier, 2011), won Quebec's Prix Des Libraries 2012 and Prix Coup de Coeur Renaud-Bray 2012. He currently teaches contemporary popular culture at the University of Quebec in Montreal, where he lectures on genre fiction, horror movies, and video games, among other subjects.
Featuring hand-picked selections by authors we admire for all the readers on your holiday gift list, our Gift Guide Week is as lit as it gets. Today's book recommendations come from super-cool (and not just because he makes his home in the frosty land of Sudbury) playwright ... Read more
Another year, another slew of awards, another night of regrets crawling into bed with books you barely know. With ties draped around our necks and neglected mascara gone semi-permanent, we bring you our favourite column on our worst feeling: the literary award hangover. Last ... Read more
Lots to do in this week in book events: including the ushering in of a new Giller winner! With a 3/5 chance of it being an indie book, we like those odds!
And of course, it's Remembrance Day on Wednesday, folks – please do take a moment to reflect in whichever way suits you ... Read more
All Lit Up began its #notd (nails of the day) almost as a fluke: we had a column spot to fill, and needed something to do with our hands as the Giller 2014 longlist was announced. Instead of biting our nails, we painted them to mimic some of our fave book covers. Well, ... Read more
Just because launch season is slowing, it's FAR from over: there's Words festival in London, plus all the great reading series and launches you could ever hope to shake a stick at (though we don't know why you would hope that, we respect your choices).
Are you hosting an event ... Read more
Rather than making our usual quips, we'll let this slate of book events speak for themselves. There are many! PREPARE.
Are you hosting an event featuring an author whose titles are available on All Lit Up? Send the event details, including author, book, date, time, and address ... Read more
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