As a Festival that celebrates international literature, many of the titles we present on stage derive from original works in languages other than English. We spoke to translator and author Michael Berry about the role of the translator, the most challenging book he’s translated and more.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of Kegedonce Press, “one of only three established Aboriginal publishers in Canada”. We’ve compiled a list of books from prominent Indigenous writers, all of which are just as enlightening as they are compelling. You won’t soon forget this cast of characters as they embark on quests for self-discovery and survival.
Situated a stone’s throw away from Spadina and College Streets, the historic University of Toronto Bookstore building stands tall with pride. We’re here on a Monday morning to meet Brian Charles Curran (32), a man of many titles (manager, trade buyer and off-site events coordinator), who has promised to show us around the heritage building and its suite of services.
Daniel Perry, author of Nobody Looks That Young Here, at the Artful Dodger Pub
Ever wonder where authors read when they’re not writing? We asked Toronto-based authors Daniel Perry, Kim Moritsugu, Diane Flacks and Dominique Bernier-Cormier about their favourite reading habits and more.
Francophonie were the guest of honour at Greece’s Thessaloniki International Book Fair this past May. We wanted to publish Maxime Raymond Bock’s blog post in the original French text with the full English translation (translated by Melissa Bull) to follow it. If you’d also like to see the thoughts of all three authors who attended—Maxime Raymond Bock, Shari Lapena and Alissa York—then check out From Thessaloniki, With Love: Canadian Authors in Greece.