The most recent titles by Ken Babstock (On Malice), Jen Currin (School), Brecken Hancock (Broom Broom) and Sina Queyras (MxT) appear on the 2015 ReLit Award 'long shortlist' for poetry, announced on December 31.

Stacey May Fowles writes of her year in reading 'books that have been slightly overlooked ...

Calling The Xenotext: Book 1 one of the Best Books of 2015, the Quill & Quire gushes that Christian Bök's latest marvel is '[u]nquestionably the most audacious book of poetry released this year.'

Ranking Fifteen Dogs in the #2 spot on their list of the Top 99 Books of 2015, the National Post says of Alexis's much-awarded novel:

CBC Books has named David McGimpsey's Asbestos Heights one of the 75 Best Books of 2015, a collection in which the 'GG-nominated Montreal poet takes the skewering of poetry cliches to new heights ... Absurd and hilarious.'

Access absurdity and hilarity here.

That's right! David Balzer, author or 2014's Curationism, has taken first place this year at the International Awards for Art Criticism (IAAC) for his review 'Douglas Coupland Doesn't Care About You.' The review was published on Canadian Art's website in March.

Author Ann Morgan thought herself well-traveled until she glanced at the origins of the books that populate her shelves. It was then that she decided to branch out and explore the world of literature by reading a book from every country in the world.