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MacKenzie Art Gallery sweeps Saskatchewan Book Awards’ publisher prizes

GroupofSevenThe big winner at Saturday’s Saskatchewan Book Awards was the MacKenzie Art Gallery, which won all three publisher awards for 7: Professional Native Indian Artists Inc., a 360-page catalogue from an exhibition of aboriginal artists curated by Michelle LaVallee.

The full list of winners is:

WRITER AWARDS

University of Regina Book of the Year Award

Suzanne North, Flying Time (Brindle & Glass)

Rasmussen, Rasmussen and Charowsky Aboriginal Peoples’ Writing Award

Ernie Louttit, Indian Ernie (Purich Publishing)

City of Regina Fiction Award

Dawn Dumont, Rose’s Run (Thistledown Press)

Drs. Morris and Jacqui Shumiatcher Regina Book Award

Tracy Hamon, Red Curls (Thistledown)

O’Reilly Insurance Ltd., Co-operators First Book Award

Ken Dalgarno, Badlands: A Geography of Metaphors (Red Deer Press)

University of Saskatchewan President’s Office Non-fiction Award

Paul Hanley, Eleven (FriesenPress Publishing)

Luther College and University of Regina Arts Award for Scholarly Writing

Merle Massie

PUBLISHER AWARDS

University of Regina Faculty of Education and Campion College Award for Publishing in Education

MacKenzie Art Gallery, 7: Professional Native Indian Artists Inc.

First Nations University of Canada Aboriginal People’s Publishing Award

MacKenzie Art Gallery, 7: Professional Native Indian Artists Inc.

Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport Publishing Award

MacKenzie Art Gallery, 7: Professional Native Indian Artists Inc.