Things we're searching for lately: more snacks, more clothes that are the perfect blend of couch-comfy and Zoom-meeting appropriate, and enough good reads to get us through the rest of 2020. For anyone else seeking out the latter, we're passing on recs for 3 graphic novels that ... Read more
THIS WEEK: Author interviews, grizzly transformations, Pride Month celebrations, 15th century art and obsession, porta-potties turned little libraries and more!
Nothing gives us that FOMO feeling more than sitting inside on a hot, sunny day. Now that summer is here, it's time to put that Netflix subscription on hold and get outside with a great read. If you’re looking for a book with a plot that will get your pulse racing and keep ... Read more
With the long *cold* month of January almost behind us, we already have our sights set on February and that brings us to Black History Month. Check out this collection of 8 awesome reads that celebrate black Canadian authors and stories – part of Canada's rich and diverse ... Read more
In advance of World Day of Social Justice on February 20, we’re fully embracing the SJW* moniker and recognizing books that further conversations around social justice. Check out our top 10* picks!
*as if this is a pejorative term
*the order of this list is not a reflection ... Read more
After a holiday hiatus, In Review is back to give you the Coles Notes on literary happenings around the web and in our own backyard. Scroll on for our bookish news and recommendations.
Need a pre-turkey/tofurkey appetizer before this Thanksgiving weekend? Hit up one or all of the bevy of reading series, book launches, and seasonal launches going down this week.
Are you hosting an event featuring an author whose titles are available on All Lit Up? Send the event ... Read more
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