Access Copyright Foundation has announced that for the 2022 Marian Hebb Research Grants, 22 creators, publishers, and organizations will receive a total of $100,000 in funding to pursue their projects.
The Marian Hebb Research Grant is one of three grant programs administered by Access Copyright Foundation. The grant supports “inquiry and exploration relevant to Canadian publishing, writing and visual arts, and toward the realization of a publishable work in progress.”
This year’s grant review panel was comprised of author and poet Najwa Ali, novelist, poet, and translator Genni Gunn, and novelist Guy Vanderhaeghe.
The grant recipients are:
- Association of Canadian Publishers; Toronto
- Linda Besner; Toronto
- Ali Blythe; Victoria
- Brick, A Literary Journal; Toronto
- Lana Button; Burlington, Ontario
- Dr. Marc Edge; Ladysmith, B.C.
- Tim Falconer; Toronto
- Fiona Foster; Toronto
- Laurie Graham; Peterborough, Ontario
- Taras Grescoe; Outremont, Quebec
- Denise Hobsbawn-Smith; Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
- Indigenous Curatorial Collective; Toronto
- Literary Translators’ Association of Canada; Montreal, Quebec
- Premee Mohamed; Edmonton
- Michelle Mossop; Surrey, B.C.
- Trina Moyles; Peace River, Alberta
- Michael Nardone; Montreal, Quebec
- Dominik Parisien; Hamilton, Ontario
- Candace Savage; Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
- Melanie Siebert; Victoria
- Anne Simpson; Antigonish, Nova Scotia
- Yilin Wang; Richmond, B.C.