The Victoria Book Prize Society announced the winners for the 2015 Victoria Book Prizes at an awards gala hosted by Robyn Burns.

Coteau Books was founded in 1975 by four writers in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan who saw the need for a publishing house that would focus on writing from the Prairies, and, in particular, writing from Saskatchewan.

Founded in 1988, Vancouver’s Ronsdale Press is dedicated to publishing books from across Canada, books that give Canadians renewed insight into themselves and their country.

Vancouver-based Arsenal Pulp Press publishes books that engage and challenge readers and ask probing questions about the world around us.

The Canada Council for the Arts recently announced the nominees for the 2015 Governor General's Literary Awards.

Gaspereau Press of Kentville, Nova Scotia was established in 1997 with the launch of its literary quarterly, The Gaspereau Review, and first three books.

Continuing with our Atlantic Canada spotlight, we have another Newfoundland publisher: Creative Book Publishing.

Anyone who is a fan of “Canadian Literature” will agree that the province of Newfoundland has been producing some amazing literary talent for quite some time now.

The shortlist for the 2015 Giller Prize was announced by the jury this week at a press conference hosted by Rick Mercer at a Toronto art gallery.

Biblioasis was founded in the back of a bookstore in the fall of 2004.