The 2021 Booker Prize longlist has been announced, and we are pleased to see two great Canadians made the list: Rachel Cusk for her novel Second Place and Mary Lawson for her novel A Town Called Solace.
The longlist includes:
- A Passage North, Anuk Arudpragasam (Granta Books, Granta Publications)
- Second Place, Rachel Cusk, (Faber)
- The Promise, Damon Galgut, (Chatto & Windus, Vintage, PRH)
- The Sweetness of Water, Nathan Harris (Tinder Press, Headline, Hachette Book Group)
- Klara and the Sun, Kazuo Ishiguro (Faber)
- An Island, Karen Jennings (Holland House Books)
- A Town Called Solace, Mary Lawson (Chatto & Windus, Vintage, PRH)
- No One is Talking About This, Patricia Lockwood (Bloomsbury Circus, Bloomsbury Publishing)
- The Fortune Men, Nadifa Mohamed (Viking, Penguin General, PRH)
- Bewilderment, Richard Powers (Hutchinson Heinemann, PRH)
- China Room, Sunjeev Sahota (Harvill Secker, Vintage, PRH)
- Great Circle, Maggie Shipstead (Doubleday, Transworld Publishers, PRH)
- Light Perpetual, Francis Spufford (Faber)
Congratulations to everyone who made the list!
The finalists will be announced September 14, 2021, and then the winner will be revealed November 3.Categories: Awards, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Literature
The winners of the 2021 Saskatchewan Book Awards were announced this week. These awards, which recognize and celebrate excellence and diversity in Saskatchewan writing and publishing, are presented in fourteen categories.
A full list of this year's winners can be found after the jump. Congratulations to all of them!
To see a virtual gala celebrating the winners and to get more information about the Saskatchewan Book Awards, please visit their website.Categories: Awards, Saskatoon, Prairie Writing, Canadian Lit
This week the winners of the 2021 Pulitzer Prizes were announced.
Started in 1917 by Joseph Pulitzer, a skilled and passionate newspaper publisher, the Pulitzer Prizes are awarded annually to honour excellence in journalism and the arts. Each year 22 prizes are awarded, with winners chosen by a board of members.
Of particular interest to us are the Book winners:
- Fiction - The Night Watchman by Louise Erdrich
- History - Franchise: The Golden Arches in Black America by Marcia Chatelain
- Biography - The Dead Are Arising: The Life of Malcolm X by the late Les Payne and Tamara Payne
- Poetry - Postcolonial Love Poem by Natalie Diaz
- General Nonfiction - Wilmington’s Lie: The Murderous Coup of 1898 and the Rise of White Supremacy by David Zucchino
The full list of 2021 winners can be found on Pulitzer.org.Categories: Awards, Saskatoon, Winnipeg
To kick off Pride Month, the Lambda Literary Awards (also known as the "Lammys") announced their 2021 winners on June 1.
The Lammy winners are consistently fantastic and this year is no different. Congratulations to all of them!
Of particular note to our regional interest, the anthology Love After The End: An Anthology of Two-Spirit and Indigiqueer Speculative Fiction edited by Joshua Whitehead and featuring a story from David A. Robertson won in the LGBTQ Anthology category.
You can find the complete list of winners after the jump.Categories: Awards, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, LGBTQ
Thomas King is the winner of the 2020 Stephen Leacock Memorial Medal for Humour for his novel Indians on Vacation, published last year by HarperCollins Publishers. Along with the medal itself, he has received a prize of $15,000.
Congratulations, Mr. King!
For more information on the Leacock Medal for Humour you can visit Leacock.ca.Categories: Awards, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Humour
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