Montréal-based artist Cathon makes comics and children's books. In 2013, she and fellow Québec cartoonist Iris published an absurd encyclopedia of everyday objects. Hugely popular, it was adapted by the National Film Board of Canada as The Great List of Everything, an animated web series. The Adventures of Sgoobidoo is her latest book to appear in English, joining Vampire Cousins and The Pineapples of Wrath, also published by Pow Pow Press. Her off-kilter humour draws upon pop culture and genre fiction, and she knows all of Columbo's iconic lines by heart.
If we asked you to name a few well-known horror writers, what are some of the first names that come to mind? Poe, King, Barker, Gaiman?...the list goes on. But make no mistake: women write horror too! With February marking Women in Horror Month, we're celebrating by highlighting ... Read more
It's still Canada Day in our books! Our celebratory cheers today are for all the gorgeous, compelling, and exciting reads coming out of our country. Check out our list of books that celebrate writers in every province.
If you've been following our National Poetry Month celebration you know we've been whooping it up with some of the raddest women of poetry all month long. Alas the party has ended but you can still check out our interviews with our featured poets and read their work. Scroll ... Read more
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