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In conversation with Jessica Dee Humphreys and Sam Maggs about the importance of girls and International Day of the Girl

Oct. 11 is International Day of the Girl, “a special day that brings attention to the needs of and challenges facing girls...while promoting girls' empowerment and ensuring the fulfillment of their human rights,” writes Jessica Dee Humphreys and Canadian politician... Continue Reading →

Q&A with Canadian author Michael F. Stewart about Heart Sister, the importance of organ donation and his “uneven” writing process

Book Time interviews Ottawa, ON, author Michael F. Stewart about his latest young adult book Heart Sister, his writing process and death, organ donation and the grieving process.

Interview with Toronto author Danielle Younge-Ullman about consent, sexual harassment and her latest book HE MUST LIKE YOU

I speak with Toronto author Danielle Younge-Ullman about her latest young adult book HE MUST LIKE YOU about sexual harassment and consent.

Q&A with Maggie Downs about her book Braver Than You Think, part memoir part travelogue

Maggie Downs quit her job and travelled the world while her mom was in the late stages of young-onset Alzheimer's disease. Braver Than You Think documents her trip around the world in honour of her mom.

Interviewing Canadian/Australian author Tara Moss about her latest book The War Widow, crime genre and human rights

"I’m fascinated by film noir, hard-boiled fiction and the true life stories of ordinary citizens who survived the hardships and upheaval of the mid-20th century": Tara Moss. Read my Q&A with this prolific author.

Q&A with picture book author Lana Button on bullying, teaching moments and COVID-19

Picture book author Lana Button talks bullying and the importance of not labelling children and life during COVID-19.

Q&A with Canadian illustrator/author Celia Krampien about her debut picture book Sunny

Canadian illustrator Celia Krampien talks about Sunny, her debut picture book.

Author Tanya Lloyd Kyi talks about privacy, street artist named Banksy and IReadCanadian in this author Q&A

In this author chat, Tanya Lloyd Kyi talks about privacy, her writing process and #IReadCanadian

Q&A with Jacqueline Firkins, author of Heart Strings, and Other Breakable Things

Jacqueline Firkins talks about her young adult book Herts, Strings, and Other Broken Things, Jane Austen and diverisfying the young adult genre.

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