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Margaret Atwood is writing a sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale, inspired by ‘the world we’re living in’
The book has gained new interest in the past two years, as dystopian fiction increased in popularity after Donald Trump won the US election.
From drinking charcoal, to being buried alive in hay: A Toronto writer’s search for the elusive hangover cure
Shaughnessy Bishop-Stall travelled the globe in search of a curative elixir for one of humanity's most enduring self-inflicted afflictions
Author Esi Edugyan takes home her second $100K Giller prize for Washington Black
Edugyan secured the win amid wide acclaim for Washington Black, which was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize and the Writers' Trust fiction award
The Little Drummer Girl proves that the best John le Carré adaptations must risk being boring
Calum Marsh: Reading a le Carré novel, one trusts the governing authorial presence. On screen, you need the same patience
Stan Lee, Marvel Comics legend, dies at 95
Lee began his comic work with Captain America while working as an assistant for his uncle Robbie Solomon at Timely Comics in 1939
Europe’s Little Ice Age: ‘All things which grew above the ground died and starved’
One in a series of book excerpts from finalists for McGill University's US$75,000 Cundill History Prize
The ethnic cleansing hadn’t ended, its target had shifted — a Judi Rever book excerpt
The fifth and final in a series of excerpts from nominees for the 2018 Hilary Weston Writers' Trust Prize for Nonfiction
‘You asked me for my secret’ — a Terese Marie Mailhot book excerpt
In her raw memoir Heart Berries, Terese Marie Mailhot writes about a childhood of poverty and abuse on British Columbia’s Seabird Island First Nation reserve and the struggle to build an authent ...
Mobike faces probe by Berlin data protection regulator
Government insists vote on Brexit deal will go ahead
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