The RBC Taylor Prize, one of Canada’s most prestigious prizes for non-fiction, has announced its 10 longlisted books.
Esi Edugyan’s Giller Prize win has booksellers celebrating Washington Black.
Kerri Sakamoto has won a $10,000 Canada-Japan Literary Award for her novel Floating City.
On Nov. 19, the Canadian Children’s Book Centre hosted its French-language awards night in Montreal, recognizing Marianne Dubuc‘s Le chemin… Read More »
Harvard University history professor Maya Jasanoff has won the $75,000 (U.S.) Cundill History Prize for her book The Dawn Watch: Joseph Conrad in a Global World.
The Great & the Small is an illustrated YA fantasy novel in which rats rise up for a revolution against humans
Graduating students and alumni from the University of King’s College’s Master of Fine Arts in Creative Nonfiction program in Halifax are eligible for a new prize.
Winners have been announced for the 2017 Lane Anderson Awards for science writing.
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.