Rabindranath Maharaj is the author of three collections of short stories and six novels, including ,The Amazing Absorbing Boy, which won the Trillium and Toronto Book Awards.
This week we officially turned five and threw ourselves a week-long book party in celebration, took an armchair walking tour of the urban forest, tsked at some ill-advised bookmarks, and more.
For many of us, summer vacation is a chance to take a break from our regular daily schedule: wake up, shower, eat, work, eat, sleep, REPEAT. It can get pretty monotonous. But that doesn’t mean your summer reads have to be. We’ve picked a selection of five books beyond the ... Read more
You'd think after four literary hangovers, we'd be better at managing our awards-fuelled reading binges and calling it a night. Proving once again that moderation isn't our strong suit, we bring you our fifth annual Literary Awards Hangover, a coffee-sipping, greasy-spoonin' ... Read more
You’ve raided a billion dungeons and you’re at Paragon Level 200 in Diablo III. You’ve collected every last moon in Super Mario Odyssey. You’ve won countless rounds of Fortnite. At some point, you need to put down a screen, maybe pick up a book. Welp, if you love yourself ... Read more
There's a coast-to-coast roster of events going down this week, from a 40th anniversary party on the west coast to a night of readings and music in resistance on the east.
Are you hosting an event featuring an author whose titles are available on All Lit Up? Send the event details, ... Read more
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