Posts Filed Under: books
Nominated for: supporting independent graphic arts for 25 years.
The author shocked an audience of literati with his appearance at a PEN Benefit on December 7, 1992.
A new book looks at what hip-hop's "Macolm Gladwellian outlier" means for the genre, and for Toronto.
Sam Sutherland, author of the new book
Perfect Youth: The Birth of Canadian Punk, says punk bands of the late 1970s created alternative culture in Canada.
Adrienne Gruber wins a prestigious chapbook award for Mimic, her collection of poetry.
Author Stuart Berman talks about chronicling the life and times of Canada's most underappreciated rock stars.
After 39 years, the feminist bookseller is shutting its doors.
In his new book, released last month, one of Canada's favourite interviewers interviews himself.
The annual Word on the Street festival brings Toronto's noses out of books, into the fresh air, and then back into books again.
A chat between the two men as part of Authors at Harbourfront Centre was funny, educational, and wide-ranging.
Toronto's Little Free Libraries offer a novel and whimsical way to share the joy of reading.
World's Biggest Bookstore is giving up its lease. We dug up once charming moment at the store on film in tribute.
One of the joys—and the point—of festivals like TCAF is discovering artists you've never encountered. Here are five of our favourites from this weekend.
Some up-and-coming cartoonists you should know about.
If you've always wondered but never been, here's your introduction to the annual indie comics fest.
Full Frontal T.O., a new collection of the photography of Patrick Cummins, reveals hidden tales of the naked city.
Seen Reading, based on the blog of the same name, is a collection of micro-fiction that captures the imaginary world created by readers while in transit with their books.
It isn't just lip service: Torontonians really do love their libraries.