W.P. Kinsella, the B.C.-based author of “Shoeless Joe,” the award-winning novel that became the film “Field of Dreams,” has died at 81.
An Australian writer has fallen in the love with the area, considering it an ideal place to practise her craft.
Coloured pencils were never in short supply during Margaret Atwood's childhood, and she put them to good use.
British author J.K. Rowling is “done” writing boy wizard stories after celebrating the official opening of her new West End play Harry Potter And The Cursed Child.
Two Canadians were among 13 novelists nominated for Britain's prestigious Man Booker Prize for fiction on Wednesday.