Sarah Klassen's novel The Wittenbergs is a story which, among other things, is about legacy and what we pass along through generations. Here, with that in mind, and celebrating Family History Month, is Sarah Klassen's family recipe for platz, a traditional Mennonite coffee cake, often made with plums.

In the first of Turnstone Press's new UnderCover interview series, we chat with David Roberts, the artist behind the cover of David Arnason's The Best of All Possible Worlds.

Joanna Lilley chats writing in a northern climate in her Quatrain Questions interview.

Brenda Sciberras chats cinema and celebrity in this Quatrain Questions interview.

In honour of National Pickle Day, Turnstone would like to celebrate our two favourite pickle related books.

The weather is hot and humid, cottages and campsites are calling, and book lovers are searching for summery reads. Happily, Turnstone’s got a book for every reader under the sun.

Great news for Ontario book lovers: we just got wind of a new Indy opening up in Peterborough, Ontario.

Liese of the Liese stories in What You Get at Home, who immigrated to Canada from Paraguay, would definitely make chipa. Often.

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