Updates and coverage about books, literature and publishing

Jully Black interview: ‘The next album is ready’

Canada's Queen of R&B is releasing a new record and readying Canada to read 'The Marrow Thieves'

Writing is the air I breathe: publishing as an Inuit writer

I am the poet with her work attached to a clipboard. I am surprised that my first published work, Annie Muktuk and Other Stories, is a book of short stories. There’s irony in that.

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Five great reads to help teens become critical thinkers

Here are five books, very recently published between September and December of 2017, that have made our list.

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David A. Robertson shares his favourite Winnipeg cultural spots

The Governor General's Award-winning Indigenous author talks up Winnipeg's best and brightest local arts and culture

Third time’s the charm

Hard to believe that it’s been over a year since the last issue of Popjournalism hit the newsstands. It’s good to be back. I want to thank all of you who bought this issue and to the subscribers for their patience during our too-long hiatus. To be honest, we had a completed third edition of […]

Magazine makeover

They say that the scariest thing, aside from failure, is success. After spending nearly a year pouring my heart into the first issue of Popjournalism, the response was simply incredible. I saw people actually reading the issue. Not just passing glances either, but deep, absorbed reading. However, once that initial satisfaction passed, only one lingering […]

A ‘Lord of the Rings’ musical?

A big-budget musical version of the Rings trilogy will make its stage debut on Toronto’s Princess of Wales Theatre sometime in March 2006.

Summer 2005 entertainment calendar

Your guide to upcoming books, DVDs, TV & more

Media 101: Copy editors, the invisible workers

As a freelance copy editor for publications like the Medical Post, Copeland has seen raw, uncorrected copy from Canada’s best-known journalists. And from off the record tales she told us, some of those journalists wouldn’t be where they are today without the skill and scrutiny of people like her.

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22 minutes with Mary Walsh

The Canadian comedienne is busy enjoying her year off ‘This Hour Has 22 Minutes’ by exploring her passion for her CBC TV series ‘Open Book’

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Meet Jann Arden, best-selling author

The prolific singer-songwriter talks music and chats up her latest collection of personal journals

Q & A with Carol Shields

The Pulitzer Prize-winning author and Chancellor of the University of Winnipeg discusses her writing and what she does with her awards