Liz Harmer’s sharp-eyed debut harnesses our high-tech fears to masterful effect.
The house sparrow carries sunlight in her beak. Consider the mystery—the slight frame burgeoning with…
Montrealer Enid Louise Cushing’s 1956 mystery debut, “Murder’s No Picnic.”
At Calgary’s Pages Books, Gaiman, Murakami, and Cusk make happy bedfellows with Canadian independent presses and 6 translations of Madame Bovary.
Serendipity abounds in the Rev. H.A. Cody’s “The Girl at Bullet Lake” (1933).
A small-press author contemplates archiving in the digital age.
Our popular national myth has it wrong: Canada has always prioritized the transport of goods over people.
Since 1972, eclecticism and discoverability have been key to the success of Duncan, BC’s sole independent bookstore.