A labour shortage and increased lead times on the part of domestic and international printers are putting pressure on the country’s book distribution network trying to get product to consumers in a timely fashion.
“The entire chain has been disrupted all at the same time,” says Association of Canadian Press executive director Kate Edwards.
The brief novel’s propulsion and effect result from its author’s key understanding of just how far to push her technique to achieve maximum effect.
Though Bhat’s new book is described as her second novel, the individual pieces comprise all the attributes of linked stories.
The Toronto author’s story provides a metaphorical response to a very real history of trauma and violence.
By revamping its mainstream fiction line as a dedicated genre imprint, the Hamilton, Ontario, publisher hopes to fill a void in Canadian books.
A pugilistic, self-absorbed author, a scandal-mired biographer, and a disillusioned scholar. What could possibly go wrong?
Awad’s latest novel uses allusions to the Bard to tell the story of a woman whose chronic pain is miraculously alleviated.
Moving to a hybrid model that sees staff come into the office once or twice per week provides opportunities to save money and decrease the company’s footprint.
As big North American publishers become ever bigger, authors lose opportunities to place their work and readers lose the chance to avail themselves of riskier books.