On Thursday, August 7, Shawn Micallef joined guest host Stephen Quinn on CBC Radio Q to discuss The Trouble with Brunch, his provocative new book that critiques our contemporary food obsession and status anxiety. Micallef unpacks the layered meanings of the late morning meal, and explores what "the brunching class" can learn about contemporary culture and politics.
CBC Radio 3 runs a monthly book club, and while they typically tackle nonfiction books on musicians and musical genres, in August, they've turned their sights on a novel written by a musician: Maintenance by Rob Benvie.
This summer, CBC Books built a literary map of Canada. From coast to coast to coast, CBC shows across the country brought together panels of book lovers to answer the question: 'What books do you really need to read to understand my home?'
On Saturday, May 21, CBC program 'Fresh Air' kicked off something called the Cross Country Bookshelf. Listeners are encouraged to select a list of the top 5 books that are "must reads" about any region in the country.
Tune into CBC Radio's 'Q' (hosted by Jian Ghomeshi) on Wednesday, June 23, to hear author Christian Bök (Eunoia, Crystallography) speak about his newest poetic project ... injecting poetry into single-celled organisms. Christian Bök talks about the Xenotext Experiment on 'Q.'
Mo' poetry, fewer problems, are we right? That's why for the month of April, we're offering a Poetry Month Bundle, which lets you select any three (print) poetry titles for $45. Need to get inspired about which titles to choose? Browse our offerings.
If you've always wanted to hear André Alexis bring the dog language and poetry in Fifteen Dogs to life, we've got good news: the audiobook version of the Giller-winning novel is now available, read by the author himself!
We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Canada Council of the Arts, the Government of Canada through the Canada Book Fund, the Ontario Arts Council and the Ontario Media Development Corporation for our publishing activities.