CBC Radio’s The Current interviewed Carrie Jenkins on her new book What Love Is: And What It Could Be.
Congratulations to Madeline Ashby!
Congratulations to our authors on the Canada Reads longlist!
Congratulations Deborah Campbell – A DISAPPEARANCE IN DAMASCUS – Jay Hosking – THREE YEARS WITH THE RAT – Kevin Patterson – NEWS FROM THE RED DESERT – and Kerry Lee Powell – WILLEM DE KOONING’S PAINTBRUSH -on making the NP99 list for 2016.
Congratulations Kerry Lee Powell, WILLEM DE KOONING’S PAINTBRUSH – Amy Jones WE’RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER – Andrew Sullivan, WASTE – and Amy Stuart, STILL MINE on making the Globe and Mails‘ 100 best books of the Year!
A Disappearance in Damascus longlisted for The British Columbia National Award for Canadian Non-Fiction
Great award news for Deborah Campbell and Knopf Canada!
A Disappearance in Damascus by Deborah Campbell has been longlisted for The British Columbia National Award for Canadian Non-Fiction!
The British Columbia National Award for Canadian Non-Fiction was launched in 2005 to honour Canada’s finest writers of non-fiction and to celebrate a genre that stimulates our national conversation and shares knowledge about the complex world in which we live. The shortlist will be announced on December 1st. The winner will receive $40,000while the remaining finalists will each receive $5,000.
A Disappearance in Damascus
Editor: Louise Dennys
Congratulations to Deborah Campbell! A Disappearance in Damascus: A Story of Friendship and Survival in the Shadow of War took home the prestigious Hilary Weston Writers’ Trust prize for non-fiction.
Steven Heighton has won the Governor General’s Literary Award in 2016 for his poetry collection, The Waking Comes Late. See the official announcement here: GG Winners.
Congratulations are in order for Kerry Lee Powell whose Willem De Kooning’s Paintbrush is a finalist for the 2016 Governor General’s Literary Award for fiction. The winner will be announced on October 25. You can go to the official announcement page here.