Arts delegates from across the country and Canadian Arts Coalition members meet with MPs and other representatives on #ArtsDay 2016 to talk about the arts and Canadian digital culture.
We talked to Sarah MacLachlan, President and Publisher of House of Anansi, and Meghan MacDonald, Director of Digital Product Development and Consumer Insights at Penguin Random House Canada, to learn more about what made these two publishers enter the brick-and-mortar bookstore business.
In this thought-provoking podcast we hear from Teresa Elsey, Digital Managing Editor at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, about the challenges and questions that arise when books turn into software and ebooks don't go away after you've made them.
Everyone's favourite chubby, little cubby bear turns 90 this month. To celebrate Winnie-the-Pooh's birthday, we decided to see which books have sold the most copies in Canada.
Wherein we answer the question, "Are the new Young Adult BISAC subject codes being used?"
Canadian Heritage's 'Canadian Content in a Digital World Consultations' project had a #DigiCanCon event yesterday in Toronto. Here are some of the discussions.
What are the bestselling Canadian horror books in the last year? Read on if you dare!
How is the first half of 2016 shaping up compared to the first half of 2015?
Does Oprah's revitalized book club have the same selling power it used to have?
Are adults buying juvenile titles and not realizing it? We asked some industry experts to give us their insight on why this might be the case.