Toronto’s Word on the Street Book & Magazine Festival runs June 11 & 12 at Queen’s Park Circle. In preparation for the event, we’re profiling some of the writers who will be featured during the festival. The Author Spotlight Series shines a light on writers creating heartfelt and original work across genres, giving them an opportunity […]
Click Here to read all of our coverage from Toronto Comicon 2022. At a panel about story writing, Archie Comics veteran writer/illustrator Dan Parent talks about the experience of having characters he’s written reinterpreted for The CW’s Riverdale
Click Here to read all of our coverage from Toronto Comicon 2022. We talked to a few of the comic book sellers on the floor at Toronto Comicon to hear about the comic that got them into comics.
Click Here to read all of our coverage from Toronto Comicon 2022. We stopped by Artists Alley at Toronto Comicon to speak with some of the featured artists and learn about their latest work. Check out Part One HERE.
Click Here to read all of our coverage from Toronto Comicon 2022. We stopped by Artists Alley at Toronto Comicon to speak with some of the featured artists and learn about their latest work. Part Two coming later in the week.
Nothing about raising young children is simple or straightforward, especially those small things that should be. School lunches must be void of any and all nuts, screen time must be limited (forty-three-point-five minutes per day, according to recent studies), and junior hockey practice starts alternately at 6:00 AM and 10:00 PM, twice a week. And […]
The post-modern explosion of self-help books kicked off with the success of How to Make Friends and Influence People in 1936. A steady stream of such books followed, offering practical-but-obvious-when-you-think-about-it advice to a population without internet access, perhaps culminating with the business-oriented The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Then came a barrage of feel-good […]
Of Women and Salt by Gabriela Garcia is a family drama that spans five generations and four countries, gracefully weaving fragmented chapters along a seamless spine of female fortitude. Two families are featured in the novel, both of Latin American descent, their intersections meaningful and so-satisfying-I-need-more-immediately. From Camaguey 1866 to Miami in 2019, we explore the […]
One of the loveliest parts of our job is that sometimes we get to preview newly published works that relate to our content. Two such books made their way to us in the past few months and we thought we’d take a moment to highlight them for you. The first is Linda Vista, the latest […]