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Local Manitoba Authors on our Bestseller List

by D - Friday, Mar 25, 2011 at 12:20pm

We are very proud to have local these Manitoba authors on our bestseller list this week.

Hardcover Non-Fiction
2) Call Response, John Toone, ed.
3) Folklore, Mae Moore.
To see the complete Hardcover Non-Fiction Bestseller list click here.

Paperback Fiction
1) Curiosity, Joan Thomas.
To see the complete Paperback Fiction Bestseller list click here.

Paperback Non-Fiction
1) Gardening, Naturally, Hugh Skinner.
3) Create Space for Peace, Dorothy Friesen, ed.
4) Grammar Matters, Jila Ghomeshi.
5) Tasting Rain, Kim Malchuk.
To see the complete Paperback Non-Fiction Bestseller list click here.

Books for Young People
3) Gus the Wrong-Way Goose, Coral Hetherington.
To see the complete Books for Young People Bestseller list click here.

Categories: Winnipeg

A Contest! Free Tickets!

by Michael Wolch - Thursday, Mar 24, 2011 at 4:05pm

Come down to the store and enter to win Free Premium Tickets to see Steve Bell in concert April 16th with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra.
Draw date is April 9th.
While you're here take home a Free Sampler CD by Steve Bell (it's right next to the ballot box in the music section).

Categories: Reviews, Site News, Music, Winnipeg, Event News

2010 WINNERS Prairie Fire Press McNally Robinson Booksellers Writing Contests

by D - Thursday, Mar 24, 2011 at 11:06am

Prairie Fire McNally Robinson writing constest offers $6,000 in cash prizes and a chance to publish with the best. Prairie Fire is a magazine of Canadian writing that is a consistent winner at the National Magazine Awards and the Western Magazine Awards. McNally Robinson Booksellers is proud to be a sponsor.


THE BANFF CENTRE BLISS CARMAN POETRY AWARD
(first prize sponsored in part by The Banff Centre)
Judge: Christian Bök
First prize: Unisphere at Midnight, Jacob McArthur Mooney, Toronto, on.
Second prize: where language forms, Claudia Coutu Radmore, Carleton Place, on
Third prize: Love Sonnet, Brent Raycroft, Sydenham, on
Honourable mention: Afternoon storm, Kerry Ryan, Winnipeg, mb

FICTION CONTEST
Judge: Joan Thomas
First prize: Cancer Oratorio, Rhonda Douglas, Ottawa, on
Second prize: Fiona, Natalie Southworth, Montreal, qc
Third prize: The Dark Brain of Prayer, Mark Anthony Jarman, Fredericton, nb
Honourable mention: A Street Called Generous, Matthew Anderson, Montreal, qc

CREATIVE NON-FICTION CONTEST
Judge: Hal Niedzviecki
First prize: Pysanka for Karen B., Kelly Cooper, Belleisle Creek, nb
Second prize: How We Keep Our Dogs at Bay, Kim Fu, West Vancouver, bc
Third prize: A Portrait of Crown and Bannock, Christy Jordan-Fenton, Baldonnel, bc
Honourable mention: Sometimes Stars Look Down and Smile, R. Madison Glover, Stittsville, on

Categories: Awards

Our New Cash Banner

by D - Wednesday, Mar 23, 2011 at 10:25am















In celebration of our upcoming 30th anniversary, we have created a banner above cash to represent some of the local, national and international authors and musicians who have made McNally Robinson the most eventful bookstore in Canada. Thank you to all the authors and musicians who have made McNally Robinson what it is today.


To see the rest of the banner please click the more button.

Categories: Store News, Winnipeg

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MANITOBA'S JUNO NOMINEES HEAD TO TORONTO FOR 40TH ANNUAL FESTIVITIES

by Michael Wolch - Tuesday, Mar 22, 2011 at 7:43pm

Four acts will be on stage to showcase Manitoba's incredible talent when the music industry hits Toronto this weekend for the 2011 JUNO Awards. Chic Gamine, Del Barber, Little Hawk, and Eagle & Hawk -- who are all nominated for coveted Juno Awards this year -- are set to perform at the two-day JunoFest event for fans and industry big wigs, as well as attend the awards gala for a chance to hear their names called. For more information check out the link below:
http://www.manitobamusic.com

Categories: Reviews, Awards, Discussions, Music, Winnipeg

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