March challenge Archives - The FOLD

March challenge

Updates on events, submissions, volunteer opportunities, and the monthly FOLD Challenge.

 

By Natasha Shaikh This March we are showing our appreciation for the mystery genre—specifically young adult mystery books by Black and Indigenous authors and authors of colour. In recent years, the YA genre has produced many mystery bestsellers, usually revolving around dark crimes, and boarding on thrillers. Despite the mystery genre being so vast, it...

By Toni Duval This month we are highlighting stories of immigration for children, middle grade readers and young adults. Our authors have made Canada their home in a variety of ways. They may have lived around the world before arriving here, are children of immigrants and/or chose to immigrate here as adults. They use storytelling...

By Alex Platt In many ways, fabulism is a catch-all term for many of the genres readers may be more familiar with: magic realism, fantasy, sci fi, mystery, horror and speculative fiction. But fabulist stories weave between and across genres, blurring categorical attempts to pin them down. This is why they are so often hard to...

By Amanda Leduc Reading books in audio brings a whole new level of immersion to the reading experience. For myself, the opportunity to be read to, and to let someone’s voice and storytelling take you away, brings back memories of being read to when younger—bright and happy memories that I’m all too eager to cling...

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