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Our pick of the top city-centric books to look forward to this season.
In his latest collection of short fiction, the dean of City Hall's press gallery writes about knife fights in the Clamshell parking garage.
Apparently age cannot wither the 400-year-old tome, nor custom stale its infinite variety.
On July 22, Yorkville's Maison de la Presse Internationale will be closing its doors for good.
The Toronto Public Library has produced a literary map of Toronto neighbourhoods.
In honour of the TPL's One Book selection, cellists performed on 22 consecutive days in various locations all over the city.
New book explores the legacy of architect John Cresswell Parkin, who dragged an extremely conservative Toronto into the modern age.
What it takes to get a book removed from circulation—and how often that happens at the TPL.
The black community's campaign to rid Toronto schools of the offensive children's book.
The book chain's Annex flagship winds down after a 38-year run.
Nominated for: sending women writers "down the hall."
The Yonge-Dundas-area landmark is shutting down after 33 years.
The Toronto International Antiquarian Book Fair is more dazzling than dusty.
Gay artist and activist Will Munro's life ended too soon. A new book tells his story through the eyes of those who knew him.
The 50-year-old writer and musician's latest book, Keon and Me, may be his most personal to date.
Emily Pohl-Weary's new novel, Not Your Ordinary Wolf Girl, is the story of a teenage girl dealing with both sudden fame and lycanthropy.
Digital versions of popular magazines are free for the taking on TPL's website.
At the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library's first-ever Small Press Fair, Canada's small publishers showed attendees that print is not dead.