We spoke with Michael Barclay, the author of Hearts on Fire: Six Years that Changed Canadian Music, ahead of the book’s Montreal launch.
“The concept is a bookshop and boutique, where we can be surrounded by the work of people who inspire us, and therefore offer that inspiration back to the city.”
We spoke to the singer-songwriter about her memoir Stories I Might Regret Telling You, and having charted her own course in life, independent from the successes of her musical family.
Hage spoke with us about how a fear of dogs and photography gigs informed his writing, life during wartime, Bill 21 and more.
“I wanted to share my story and how meditation (and my dog, Coco) keep me focused.”
A wealth of work by emerging and established authors is being showcased at this year’s Read Quebec Holiday Book Fair.
After decades of wishful-thinking fan art, Batman’s sidekick comes out.
The book is being published just ahead of the five-year anniversary of Cohen’s death.
DiRaddo’s second novel chronicles the complexity of non-dad status after a gay man donates sperm to lesbian friends.
This is the rapper’s second book, after his 2019 memoir.