The New Voices Showcase at the A.C. Hunter Library on Feb. 24 invites local authors to present work in their own languages.
April is National Poetry Month in Canada. A group of five poets is hosting an event intended to inspire and connect with people through transparent conversations and poetry readings.
A once-praised skill is now almost obsolete. But one woman hasn’t given up the fight to save cursive writing.
A powerful artificial intelligence tool produces impressive human-like text in a matter of seconds. But the ease of using it might be at the cost of something more valuable.
The earlier the better is the mantra for kids and reading.
Local publishing company Engen Books is always looking for new talent, and its upcoming book launch showcases a variety of different voices from across Atlantic Canada.
While supporting local literacy festival, book lovers protest new tax.