The Guardian Culture Vulture has finally gone Canadian.
I admit - there's very little I know about Canadian literature besides Margaret Atwood. But recently I've been introduced to fine writers like Robertson Davies (whom I admit, demands patience) and Ann-Marie MacDonald. Michael Ondaatje and Rohinton Mistry are also writers who have chosen to make Canada home.
This will be a good chance to find out what else is available in that part of North America that is not the United States.