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Welcome to Bookville!
Bookville is an exciting collection of over 100 Canadian books for book lovers all across the country. Learn more about Bookville and meet our five Bookville communities below.
Find your Bookville:
Welcome to Bookville, Yukon! Here you can discover an essay about Indigenous literature and meet the Yukon’s very own Clea Roberts. Clea’s poetry books, Auguries (Brick Books) and Here Is Where We Disembark (Freehand Books) are both featured as part of the Bookville collection.Explore these stories and more at AllLitUp.ca/Bookville-Yukon.
Welcome to Bookville, Northern Alberta! Here you can meet one of Canada’s well-known and award-winning Indigenous authors, Richard Van Camp. Richard shares the significance of location in his stories, and discusses his bestselling story collection, Angel Wing Splash Pattern (Kegedonce Press).Explore these stories and more at AllLitUp.ca/Bookville-Alberta.
Welcome to Bookville, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan! Here you will find Father’s Day and Grad Gift Guides, alongside a featured story about Carol Rose GoldenEagle, Saskatchewan’s Poet Laureate of 2021. Carol’s collection, Stations of the Crossed (Inanna Publications) was shortlisted for the Saskatchewan Book Awards 2023 Book of the Year Award, among other notable awards.Explore these stories and more at AllLitUp.ca/Bookville-Prince-Albert.
Welcome to Bookville, Georgina, Ontario! Here you can discover authors from Southern Ontario, get gift ideas for Father’s Day and recent Graduates, and explore an essay about Indigenous Literature. Bookville Georgina features Crying Wolf (Book*hug press) from Georgina resident author Eden Boudreau. Furthermore, you can read about Vanessa Farnsworth and her book, The Haweaters (Signature Editions), among other reading recommendations!Explore these stories and more at AllLitUp.ca/Bookville-Georgina.
Welcome to Bookville, Newfoundland and Labrador! Here you will find lots of exciting content, such as an interview with Chief Mi’sel Joe and Sheila O’Neill, the authors of My Indian (Breakwater Books). You can also read a feature about Newfoundland poet Randall Maggs, the author of Night Work: The Sawchuk Poems (Brick Books). Randall discusses the influences behind his collection about storied Leafs goalie Terry Sawchuk.Explore these stories and more at AllLitUp.ca/Bookville-Newfoundland.
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