Erin Wunker lives, works, and teaches in K’jipuktuk (Halifax, Nova Scotia). She is the author of Notes from a Feminist Killjoy: Essays on Everyday Life.
“Any book about the history of what we now call Canada is inevitably a book about the history of colonialism.” It wasn’t what the people who came to my book launch in Edmonton in 2017 were expecting me to say.
It's about to rain more than fall colours and pumpkin spice: fall books season is almost upon us and we're here for it. Check out what books we're putting to the top of our lists!
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
This week we celebrated Asian Heritage Month, learned about "sudden fiction," and remembered our love of John Cusack circa High Fidelity.
Would you believe it? There's not one, but two seasonal launches this week, as well as a ton more readings, book launches, and events to take a gander at.
Are you hosting an event featuring an author whose titles are available on All Lit Up? Send the event details, including ... Read more
Another frosty weekend? No problem. Just cozy up with one, or all, of three ReLit Award winners below, and we'll see you back on Monday.
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