Man Booker Prize

Author Madeleine Thien. (Photograph by Will Lew)

Madeleine Thien’s book about history’s fluidity wins a history-rich prize

She may not have taken the Man Booker, but Madeleine Thien’s ’Do Not Say We Have Nothing’ is a worthy winner of the Governor General’s Award

How the Folio Prize aims to find the world’s best book

With no ritzy ceremony or celebrity judges, the new Folio Prize is all about finding the world’s best fiction
Britain Booker Prize

Man Booker Prize winner Eleanor Catton’s heavenly inspiration

An interview with ’The Luminaries’ author

A new life for Pi

Ang Lee recreates the story of a shipwreck, a boy and a tiger in three dimensions
The new Canadian literary odd couple

The new Canadian literary odd couple

The approval of literary juries isn’t all that links Patrick Dewitt and Esi Edugyan
Good news

Good news, bad news: September 1-8, 2011

A Syrian official resigns in protest, the UN warns hundreds of thousands could die because of famine in Somalia