The Montreal Review of Books is a not-for-profit tri-annual tabloid and the only journal devoted to reviewing English-language books from Quebec. We seek an experienced and dynamic Associate Editor to work with the Editor and Publisher on all aspects of the journal, focusing mostly on substantive and copy editing but including social media and website development, event planning, and […]
For the second year in row the AELAQ commissioned an original stage production of an English book by a Quebec author.
For Kevin Smokler, e-books are not to blame for the difficulties faced by today’s book publishers. Nor is the much-villainized Amazon.
A recap of the mRb’s fourth and last event.
Yesterday afternoon was the re-enactment of Claire Holden Rothman’s 2009 novel, The Heart Specialist, and what an event it was!
Our second event took place on Saturday night during the Blue Met festival. For me, it was the culmination of a very, very long day. Long and full of interesting activities.
Last night, Blue Met officially started with the Chairman of the Board Party where most writers and moderators were invited. Then it was on to the True Crime event at the McCord Museum.
Wednesday night, AELAQ held a seminar conducted by Richard Nash, a visionary in the world of publishing. Find out what he had to say.