The winners of the 2014 ReLit Awards, which honour the best titles released by Canadian indie publishers, were announced this morning.
Nathaniel G. Moore won in the novel category for Savage: 1986
Christine Miscione won in the short fiction category for her debut collection, Auxiliary Skins (Exile), exploring what it means to have a physical body.
Charmaine Cadeau won in the poetry category for Placeholder (Brick Books), a collection of lyric poems that play with gaps and absences to create meaning.
Award winners receive a wearable “ReLit ring” from founder Kenneth J. Harvey in place of a traditional cash prize.