The $50,000 prize is presented to a mid-career writer who has “demonstrated exceptional creative ability and outstanding promise in their publications to date.”
The Writers’ Trust of Canada has announced its 2018 winners.
The controversial literary award will be given to a thriller in which “no woman is beaten, stalked, sexually exploited, raped or murdered.”
Three finalists have been announced for McGill University’s Cundill History Prize.
Penguin Canada was the big winner at this year’s Taste Canada Awards.
Author Joanne Schwartz and illustrator Sydney Smith found themselves on stage once again last night, as their much-lauded picture book Town is by the Sea (Groundwood Books) took home the grand prize.
Esi Edugyan’s Washington Black is a finalist for the 2019 Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Fiction.
Coach House Books editorial director Alana Wilcox has been recognized for her contribution to Canadian publishing.
Arsenal Pulp Press publisher Brian Lam has been presented the Ivy Award for his contributions to Canadian publishing.