Goose Lane Editions, Canada’s oldest independent
publisher, has become a Benetech Global Certified Accessible™ (GCA) publisher.
New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Halifax Public Libraries have partnered with the Atlantic Publishers Marketing Association on a Read Atlantic project, launching a new collection of 100 Atlantic-published eBooks that are more accessible than ever.
The winners of the Fourth Annual Pottersfield Prize for Creative Nonfiction have been determined.
The much-anticipated Atlantic Book Awards shortlist has been announced and The Miramichi Reader has reviewed a good portion of them over the past year or so. Thirteen, to be exact! Here are all the categories with links to the reviews. Congrats to all those that made this list!
The New Brunswick Book Awards judges have made their difficult decisions and selected the shortlisted titles for the 6th annual New Brunswick Book Awards!
Of the four Canadian titles longlisted for the prestigious Dublin Literary Award, two were previously reviewed here at The Miramichi Reader, both by long-time contributor Ian Colford.
We at The Miramichi Reader are thrilled to announce that we have added another new and exciting feature: "Miramichi Flash" a regular flash fiction column curated by Karen Schauber.
We're excited to announce the first three installments of The Gamble, bestseller Bill Arnott's e-book novella series (suspense, intrigue, action and humour) are now in a single volume, "The Gamble Novellas: Books 1-2-3."
Escape between the pages of a book this season with our roundup of page-turning fiction and timely non-fiction coming out over the next few months in 2021.
The books in this “Must Have New Brunswick Books of 2020” list cover all ages and tastes and will give you an idea of the diversity of voices – both young and old – that emanate from here. This list includes fiction for young readers as well as mature ones, and non-fiction titles concerning New Brunswick, and its history, people, and geography.
2020 was a year like no other. As we start 2021 and look forward to the 20th edition of Canada Reads, we are reminded that books can be a safe place to go when times are tough.