Canada Reads 2015 finalists

by Tyler Vitt - Tuesday, Jan 20, 2015 at 3:03pm

The 2015 Canada Reads finalists have been announced, and are:

The debates, hosted by Wab Kinew, take place March 16-19th on CBC Radio.

Categories: Awards, Saskatoon, Winnipeg

2015 RBC Taylor Prize shortlist

by Tyler Vitt - Friday, Jan 16, 2015 at 11:52am

The finalists for the RBC Taylor Prize for Literary Non-Fiction have been announced:

The winner of this year's prize will be announced on Monday, March 2nd.

Categories: Awards, Saskatoon, Winnipeg

Profess your Love... with customized lit

by Tyler Vitt - Tuesday, Jan 13, 2015 at 5:05pm

Wondering what to get that special someone for Valentine's Day?

Why not profess your love with a customized book . . .

Have your letter, proclamation of affection, or declaration of romantic intent printed and bound into a timeless anthology of poetry, prose, or both.

Choose from one of three romantic anthologies of (i) poetry $19.99; (ii) prose $24.99; or (iii) poetry and prose $29.99; and then have your personalized message bound into the front of the book as the perfect Valentine's gift for your sweetheart.

Consult one of our Espresso Book Machine representatives for details, or to get started making your customized book.

Contact us by phone at 204-453-0424, or by email:

Please note that this service is only available at our Winnipeg location.

Wondering what to do on the big day?
We recommend treating that special someone to a special Valentine's Day Dinner at Prairie Ink.
Click here for more details.

Categories: Store News, Winnipeg, EBM, Espresso Book Machine


The January/February Bookseller is now online

by Joel Rempel - Monday, Jan 12, 2015 at 4:09pm

The January/February issue of our newsletter The Bookseller is now available online.
Click here to view The Bookseller, Winnipeg.
Click here to view The Bookseller, Saskatoon.

Categories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Newsletter

John Ralston Saul & The People's Library

by Tyler Vitt - Friday, Jan 09, 2015 at 1:46pm

As a way of thanking all the people who packed the WAG's auditorium in November to hear John Ralston Saul speak on the issues raised in his latest book The Comeback, McNally Robinson Booksellers has donated all proceeds from the ticket sales to The People's Library, located in the Manitoba Indigenous Cultural Education Centre, to enable them to make a major book-buy from the bookstore.

This is all thanks to the support of the community and all of you who so eagerly bought tickets to the event. We sold out quickly, and were pleased to see such an enthusiastic response from Winnipeggers.

So thank you to all purchased tickets to the event and helped make this donation to the People's Library possible!

Categories: Store News, Winnipeg, Event News
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