In the final episode of our innovative bookselling series, we talk with bookstores who are findings ways to go beyond their core mandate of selling books.
We talk with Canadian booksellers who are dedicating space and time to supporting the writers in their communities, whether they're in grade school or working on their latest book.
We dive into some examples of outside-the-box partnerships where three brick-and-mortar bookstores work with a publisher, a podcast, and even another bookstore to reach new readers and sell more books.
In this episode, we share some highlights from our Demand for Diversity study, alongside clips from our Tech Forum 2019 conference to add more context to the conversation on diversity in the Canadian book industry.
A look at the International Standard Name Identifier, ISNI, and its potential.
A live recording of the Minorities in Publishing podcast with host Jennifer Baker and guest Jael Richardson.
We talk to a children’s librarian at the Toronto Public Library about the state of children’s publishing in Canada.
PubFight came to an end at the beginning of January, so we interviewed our All-Stars players for the podcast.
Tips from the podcast experts who offered their advice at the 2018 Hot Docs Podcast Festival's Creators Forum.