Congratulations to Sassafras Lowrey, Hasan Namir, Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha, and Michael V. Smith, whose books have been named Lambda Literary Award finalists.
Hasan Namir talks to Out Magazine about God in Pink, his debut novel about being queer in Iraq.
Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha, author of Dirty River, is on Colorlines' list of 15 Remarkable Women of Color Who Rocked 2015.
Shawn Syms' debut story collection Nothing Looks Familiar is a finalist for the ReLit Award.
Eisha Marjara writes about how she wrote Faerie, her acclaimed YA novel about anorexia, for CBC Books.
Luz Calvo and Catriona Rueda Esquibel, authors of Decolonize Your Diet, are featured on NBC News Latino talking about the new USDA dietary guidelines.
Eve Lazarus talks to The Province about the unsolved murder cases featured in Cold Case Vancouver.
Books by Raziel Reid (When Everything Feels like the Movies) and Hubert & Marie Caillou (Adrian and the Tree of Secrets) have made the American Library Association's 2016 Rainbow List.
Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha's Dirty River, Sassafras Lowrey's Lost Boi, Raziel Reid's When Everything Feels like the Movies and Beldan Sezen's Snapshots of a Girl were all named to the American Library Asssocation's Over the Rainbow List for the best LGBT books for adult readers in 2015.
Raziel Reid's When Everything Feels like the Movies has made the Best Young Adult Fiction List from YALSA (the Young Adult Library Services Association).
Beldan Sezen's Snapshots of a Girl and Hubert & Marie Caillou's Adrian and the Tree of Secrets both appear on The Advocate's list of the Best LGBT Graphic Novels You Missed.
Ivan E. Coyote's One in Every Crowd and Rae Spoon's First Spring Grass Fire appear on The Guardian's list of the Ten Best Trans Books featuring Trans Characters for middle grade and YA readers.
Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha launches her memoir Dirty River in her new adopted home town of Seattle at Left Bank Books on February 11.
Eisha Marjara launches her debut young-adult novel Faerie in her hometown of Montreal on February 21.
Filmmaker Eisha Marjara talks about writing her debut young adult novel Faerie in the Montreal Gazette.
Robert Schwartzwald launches his book C.R.A.Z.Y.: A Queer Film Classic in Toronto on March 4 featuring a screening introduced by John Greyson.
Amber Dawn reads at McNally Robinson Booksellers in Winnipeg on March 5.
Beldan Sezen's graphic memoir Snapshots of a Girl has received a rave review in Panels, the comics website offshoot of Book Riot.
Claudia Casper reads from her new novel The Mercy Journals at an event also featuring Yann Martel as part of the Incite Reading Series in Vancouver on March 16.
Ivan Coyote's TED talk on "We we need gender-neutral bathrooms" is now featured on TED.com.
Claudia Casper launches her novel The Mercy Journals in Vancouver at Pat's Pub & Brewhouse on April 7.
AlliterAsian, the literary anthology celebrating twenty years of Ricepaper magazine, launches in Vancouver during Asian Heritage Month on May 12.
Books by Amber Dawn and Eve Lazarus have been shortlisted for BC Book Prizes.
Eisha Marjara talks about how she wrote her YA novel Faerie on CBC Radio 1's "The Next Chapter" with Shelagh Rogers.
The Yves Saint Laurent Coloring Book is featured on Buzzfeed, which calls it the "chicest stress reliever ever."
Claudia Casper's novel The Mercy Journals is reviewed in the Vancouver Sun.
Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha's memoir Dirty River is a finalist for a Publishing Triangle Award.
Vivek Shraya launches his debut poetry collection even this page is white in Toronto on April 19.
Ivan Coyote with special guest Vivek Shraya will perform at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre in Toronto on April 8.
Robert Schwartzwald launches C.R.A.Z.Y.: A Queer Film Classic in Montreal at Concordia University on April 10.
To celebrate President Obama's historic visit to Cuba this week, we are offering the graphic novel Castro at a special discount of 30% off the list price.
Vivek Shraya's book teaser for his debut poetry book even this page is white is here.
Fraser Nixon launches his new novel Straight to the Head in Vancouver at HOT ART Wet City on April 14.
Vivek Shraya launches his debut poetry book even this page is white in his hometown of Edmonton on April 23.
Vivek Shraya launches his debut poetry book even this page is white in Calgary at Shelf Life Books on April 25.
Vivek Shraya launches her poetry book even this page is white in Vancouver on May 11 at Gallery Gachet as part of the REVERB Queer Reading Series.
Claudia Casper launches her novel The Mercy Journals in Toronto at Ben McNally Books.
Fraser Nixon talks to the Georgia Straight about his new crime novel Straight to the Head.
Hasan Namir reads from his novel God in Pink in Toronto at Glad Day Bookshop on May 15.
Decolonize Your Diet, the Mexican cookbook that returns to healthy traditional fare, is featured in the Los Angeles Times.
Jamie Lee Curtis will introduce Claudia Casper, author of The Mercy Journals, at a reading at Book Soup in West Hollywood on May 17.
Vivek Shraya talks about how she came to write her debut poetry book even this page is white, for CBC Books.
AlliterAsian, the literary anthology celebrating twenty years of Ricepaper magazine, launches in Toronto during Asian Heritage Month on May 24, including readings by Joy Kogawa and SKY Lee.
Claudia Casper talks with CBC Books about how climate change and Romeo Dallaire influenced her writing her novel The Mercy Journals.
Claudia Casper reads from The Mercy Journals at Annie Bloom's Books in Portland, Oregon on June 14.
Jane Eaton Hamilton launches her novel Weekend in Vancouver at Historic Joy Kogawa House on June 6.
Vivek Shraya launches her poetry book even this page is white in Winnipeg on June 5.
Hasan Namir has won the Lambda Literary Award in the category of Gay Fiction for his debut novel God in Pink.
Jane Eaton Hamilton reads from her novel Weekend at She Writes: A Proud Voices Event sponsored by Glad Day Bookshop in Toronto on June 30.
Jane Eaton Hamilton reads from her novel Weekend in Ottawa on July 4 at Venus Envy.
Author and performer Vivek Shraya, grand marshal of this year's Toronto Pride Parade, is featured on the cover of Now Magazine.
Vivek Shraya appears at Vancouver's Indian Summer Festival on July 16.
Claudia Casper's acclaimed novel The Mercy Journals appears on Foreword Magazine's list of great indie sci fi titles for summer.
Claudia Casper answers questions about her novel The Mercy Journals from poet rob mclennan on his blog.
The Huffington Post interviews Jane Eaton Hamilton about her acclaimed genderqueer novel Weekend.
Luz Calvo and Catriona Rueda Esquibel talk about their Mexican American cookbook Decolonize Your Diet on the "Bite" podcast from Mother Jones.
Vivek Shraya's poetry book even this page is white is reviewed by Plenitude Magazine.
Claudia Casper (The Mercy Journals) reads with Aislynn Hunter at Queen Anne Bookstore in Seattle on August 18.
Such a Lovely Little War, Marcelino Truong's graphic memoir about the Vietnam War, has received a starred review in Kirkus Reviews.
Becoming Unbecoming by Una, a graphic novel on women and sexual violence, has received a starred review from Kirkus Reviews.
Nick Comilla launches his debut novel Candyass in New York at the Bureau of General Services - Queer Division on September 24.
Vivek Shraya (even this page is white) and Chase Joynt (You Only Live Twice, Coach House Books) are embarking on the Ask & Answer tour across North America this fall.
Writer Vivek Shraya and illustrator Rajni Perera launch their children's picture book The Boy & the Bindi in Toronto on September 29.
Vivek Shraya talks about poetry and politics with Jeffrey Iovannone at The Radical Notion.
Sarah Schulman launches her eagerly anticipated non-fiction book Conflict Is Not Abuse in New York on October 18.
Ashley Little launches her new novel Niagara Motel in Kelowna, BC on October 6.
Lana Pesch reads from her story collection Moving Parts at the Potter's House in Washington, DC on October 8.
Claudia Casper, Charles Demers, and Paul Yee are among the authors appearing at Word Vancouver on Sunday, September 25.
Marcelino Truong, author of Such a Lovely Little War, his graphic memoir of the early years of the Vietnam War, is part of London's South Ken Kids Festival on November 19.
Sarah Schulman launches her important new book Conflict Is Not Abuse with a reading and talk at Toronto's Glad Day Bookshop on October 13.
Sarah Schulman launches her important new book Conflict Is Not Abuse with a reading and talk at Montreal's Concordia Co-op Bookstore on October 11.
Marcelino Truong, author of the graphic memoir Such a Lovely Little War: Saigon 1961-63, will launch his book in London, UK at Forbidden Planet on November 16.
Sarah Schulman will do a reading and talk based on her new book Conflict Is Not Abuse in Winnipeg at McNally Robinson Booksellers on October 14.
Sarah Schulman launches her important new book Conflict Is Not Abuse with a reading and talk at Harvard Co-op Bookstore's Cambridge branch on October 16.
Marcelino Truong's memoir Such a Lovely Little War: Saigon 1961-63 is one of Book Riot's 5 Graphic Novels to Watch For in October.
Ivan Coyote appears at two events at Calgary's Wordfest on October 8.
George Bowering and Charles Demers launch their fatherhood memoir The Dad Dialogues in Edmonton on November 10.
Ivan Coyote, Ashley Little, and Claudia Casper appear at this year's Vancouver Writers Festival.
Vivek Shraya and Ivan Coyote appear together at the Ottawa Writers Festival in October.
Becoming Unbecoming, Una's graphic novel on sexual violence against women, is featured in Newsweek.
Aaron Chapman launches his latest book The Last Gang in Town at the Biltmore Cabaret in Vancouver on November 2.
Sarah Schulman will do a reading and talk on her new nonfiction book Conflict Is Not Abuse at Chicago's Women and Children First on October 23.
RADAR Productions presents a conversation between Sarah Schulman and Virgie Tovar based on Sarah's new book Conflict Is Not Abuse.
Sarah Schulman reads and talks about her new book Conflict Is Not Abuse at Laurel Bookstore in Oakland on October 26.
Sarah Schulman is in conversation with Heather Love about Sarah's new book Conflict Is Not Abuse at BGSQD in New York on November 5.
Editor Zena Sharman launches The Remedy, an anthology of queer and trans voices on health and health care, in Vancouver on November 17.
Heidi Andermack and Amy Lynn Brown, authors of Chowgirls Killer Party Food, prepare recipes from their book for WGN Midday News in Chicago.
Editor Zena Sharman launches The Remedy, an anthology of queer and trans voices on health and health care, in Toronto on November 26.
Sarah Schulman talks about her book Conflict Is Not Abuse with Gay City News.
George Bowering and Charles Demers, co-authors of The Dad Dialogues, will appear at McNally Robinson in Winnipeg on November 9.
Ivan Coyote and Vivek Shraya celebrate the publication of their latest Arsenal books with a brand new show entitled "Pretty Good" in Vancouver on November 12.
Marcelino Truong, author of Such a Lovely Little War, a graphic memoir of the Vietnam War, is interviewed by The History Author Show.
Arsenal authors Tom Cho, Nick Comilla, Catherine Hernandez, Hasan Namir, Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha, Rae Spoon, and Kai Cheng Thom are part of this year's Naked Heart Festival organized by Glad Day Bookshop in Toronto.
Former Montrealer Nick Comilla returns to the city on November 18 to read from his debut novel Candyass at Concordia Co-op.
Vivek Shraya and Rajni Perera's new children's picture book The Boy & the Bindi is featured in The Huffington Post.
Editor Zena Sharman launches The Remedy, an anthology of queer and trans voices on health and health care, in Portland, Oregon on December 3.
In the wake of the American election, Sarah Schulman's prescient book Conflict Is Not Abuse has been reviewed in The Globe and Mail .
Marcelino Truong, author of the acclaimed graphic memoir Such a Lovely Little War, is interviewed by the History Author Show - the first time a graphic novelist has appeared on the program.
Claudia Casper, author of The Mercy Journals, reads with New York Times bestselling author John Colapinto at New York's Center for Fiction on November 17.
Sarah Schulman reads from her acclaimed book Conflict Is Not Abuse at Brooklyn's Unnameable Books on December 10.
Heidi Andermack and Amy Lynn Brown, authors of Chowgirls Killer Party Food, sign their cookbook at Patina in their home base of Minneapolis on November 26.
Heidi Andermack and Amy Lynn Brown, authors of Chowgirls Killer Party Food, are having a book party at Read It and Eat in Chicago on December 2.
Sarah Schulman reads from and talks about her acclaimed new book Conflict Is Not Abuse at Politics and Prose @ Busboys and Poets in Washington, DC on December 7.
Sarah Schulman talks to the Brooklyn Rail about her non-fiction book Conflict Is Not Abuse.
Ivan Coyote, whose latest book is Tomboy Survival Guide, is interviewed in the Los Angeles Review of Books.