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The 25th-anniversary contest gives you the chance to own every book that’s copped the Giller prize. Read more

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An ambitious young activist must come to grips with her personal idol in the author's wily new novel, The Female Persuasion Read more

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The neo-conservative pundit's take down of the U.S. president has blind spots, but his book provides fascinating insight into government corruption Read more

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10 books to be excited about in 2018

Vu Quang Van

New books by Zadie Smith, Pussy Riot's Nadia Tolokonnikova, Kim Thúy, Uzodinma Iweala, Sheila Heti and Michael Ondaatje are on the horizon Read more

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The highs and lows in the CanLit scene were often one in the same this year Read more

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It's not surprising the anti-psychiatry critic's controversial views are all over her latest novel Read more

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NOW contributing editor Susan G. Cole selects the year's top literary works Read more

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Tom Sandler

At this year’s gala, there were rumblings about weak criteria, foreign-based judges and a walk-out Read more

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The horror author on his return to young adult fiction, Guillermo del Toro and Hollywood's planned Fear Street franchise Read more

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The largest LGBTQ literary festival in the world is happening in Toronto on November 10-12 Read more

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Cristy Becker

The word "thug" has come to signal a coded racial epithet Read more

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Baron Wolman

Despite some important journalism, the iconic music mag was hopelessly apolitical early on and never shed its obnoxious sexism Read more

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Toronto-born host David Cummings is bringing the hugely popular horror anthology's live show to the Great Hall Read more

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Stacy Lee

Robyn Maynard's book debunks the myth of Canada as a multicultural beacon of tolerance Read more

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Eileen Myles, Desmond Cole, Lee Maracle, Heather O’Neill and Barbara Gowdy are among this year's speakers Read more

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