Detailing the rich history and the many changes to Toronto's historic waterfront over the years,
Profile on Frances Boyle, with a few questions
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Rose Ricciardelli knows a lot about the inner workings and failings of Canadian prisons.
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The 35th Annual IFOA Festival is now underway!
Open Book Explorer is happy to interview Jon Radojkovic about his popular book
Richard Feltoe's wealth of knowledge regarding The War of 1812 has lead to many featured bo
Terry Murray has a grotesque fascination with Toronto, and here at Open Book Explorer we think that makes for goo
Marianne Apostolides' writing is something to behold. Nuanced, beautifully layered, it leads a reader to anticipate one thing, and then surprises them with another.
Five poets, five cities, one Honda Accord. Starting tomorrow, October 11, 2014, An Accord of Poets will head out on their tour across Ontario and Quebec, performing their poems
The Kingston WritersFest is finally here! Kicking off Wednesday night and continuing through Sunday evening, WritersFest will be bringing authors and book lovers together in Kingston.
The Kingston WritersFest is finally here! Kicking off last night and continuing through Sunday evening, WritersFest will be bringing authors and book lovers together in Kingston.
The Kingston WritersFest is finally here! Starting tonight, and continuing through Sunday evening, the city of Kingston will be filled with authors and book lovers.
The Kingston WritersFest is almost here! Events are selling out, so now is the time to get your tickets.