Defeat your quarantine boredom with books — which will you take into battle? Choose your fighter below!
If you've been finding it hard to read with all of this uncertainty in the world, we recommend catching the tail-end of Short Story Month with our tasty list of short story reads, all with a swirly bent on the strange and surreal. Here in the Off/Kilter Kitchen, we give you ... Read more
Balance out your Netflix and Hallmark Christmas movie binges with the perfect literary equivalents for when you're Christmased out but still crave a feel-good story.
Launched on June 1st and running until the end of August, All Lit Up is excited to bring you 30 incredible CanLit titles at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport — in a vending machine! Yep, you read that right; in a few simple taps you can grab new, exciting literature to carry ... Read more
From romantic love to canine-human friendship, we're celebrating all kinds of love this week with our roundup of Top 10 literary couples.
This week we gave ableism a hard stare in the ism with an insightful essay from poet and physician Shane Neilson, served up five books for more intersectionally feminist reading, and made Books and Bingo a thing.
Julie Roorda's A Thousand Consolations (Brindle & Glass Publishing) is a literary rom-com that walks the eclectic streets of Toronto from Roncesvalles Village to Dupont Street to York University following Paula, a candle-making widow and Hector, a three-fingered pianist on the ... Read more
The week we cheered about the Canada Reads longlist, learned more about book-binding a la publisher Biblioasis, and tried two cocktail recipes.
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