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Last updated: September 20, 2018
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AWARDS |   BESTSELLERS  | FALL 2018 |  SPRING 2018  |  FALL 2017 


AWARDS



Congratulations to Rebecca Păpucaru, whose debut poetry collection, The Panic Room, has won the 2018 Canadian Jewish Literary Awards for Poetry.


BESTSELLERS


BC BESTSELLERS for week of September 15, 2018

Source: Association of Book Publishers of BC


#2 Roy Henry Vickers & Robert Budd - One Eagle Soaring

Canadian Bestsellers, week of September 17, 2018

Source: TBM Bookmanager

Other

#3 Gwen Sjogren · O Canada Crosswords Book 19


Fall 2018

Chris Bailey - What Your Hands Have DoneCarol Evans and Caroline Woodward - A West Coast Summer | Derek Hayes - Iron Road West  | Francis Mansbridge - Dreamers and Designers | Mike McCardell - Shoelaces Are Hard  | Ian Waddell - Take the Torch 

Chris Bailey

What Your Hands Have Done
978-0-88971-350-5, $18.95, Paperback, Nightwood Editions
Pub date: September, 2018

Media

Print/Online
Toronto Star September 14, 2018
CBC interview, September 17, 2018

Carol Evans and Caroline Woodward

A West Coast Summer
978-0-55017-843-2, $19.95, Hardcover
Pub date: September, 2018

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Harrowsmith, Fall 2018
Books for Everybody (BC edition)
BC Bookworld (BC), Fall 2018

Derek Hayes

Iron Road West
978-0-55017-838-8, $44.95, Hardcover
Pub date: October, 2018

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Books for Everybody (BC edition)
BC Bookworld (BC), Fall 2018

Francis Mansbridge

Dreamers and Designers
978-0-55017-851-7, $29.95, Hardcover
Pub date: October, 2018

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BC Bookworld (BC), Fall 2018

Mike McCardell

Shoelaces are Hard
978-0-55017-848-7, $29.95, Hardcover
Pub date: October, 2018

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Books for Everybody (BC edition)
BC Bookworld (BC), Fall 2018

Ian Waddell

Take the Torch
978-0-88971-347-5, $22.95, Paperback, Nightwood Editions
Pub date: October, 2018

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Books for Everybody (BC edition)

SPRING 2018

 Alex Boyd · Army of the Brave and Accidental | Donna Kane · Summer of the Horse | Laisha Rosnau · Our Familiar Hunger | Mark Winston & Renée Sarojini Saklikar · Listening to the Bees

Alex Boyd

Army of the Brave and Accidental
978-0-88971-341-3, $19.95, Paperback, Nightwood Editions
Pub date: April 28, 2018

Events

Two events at Winnipeg’s Thin Air Festival, on Friday, September 28th, 2018:
Afternoon Book Chat (with Sue Goyette), at 2:30pm at McNally Robinson Booksellers, Grant Park
Mainstage: Same Old Story (with Kevin Chong, Sue Goyette, Will Aitken) at 7:30pm at Manitoba Theatre for Young People

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Thin Air Writers Festival program (Winnipeg), September 2018

Donna Kane

Summer of the Horse
978-1-55017-819-7, $19.95, Paperback, Harbour Publishing (Lost Moose)
Pub date: March 3, 2018

Media

Upcoming
Article in the Torch (UVic Alumni Magazine), Fall/Winter 2018

Laisha Rosnau

Our Familiar Hunger
978-0-88971-344-4, $18.95, Paperback, Nightwood Editions
Pub date: April 28, 2018

Events

Reading at the Whistler Writers Festival’s Reading Event #8 “Writers of Poetry—Thin Places” (with Billy-Ray Belcourt, Lorna Crozier and Cornelia Hoogland) on Saturday, October 13 at 11:30am

Mark Winston and Renée Sarojini Saklikar

Listening to the Bees
978-0-88971-346-8, $24.95, Paperback, Nightwood Editions
Pub date: April 28, 2018

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Thin Air Writers Festival program (Winnipeg), September 2018

FALL 2017

 Cornelia Hoogland · Trailer Park Elegy

Cornelia Hoogland

Trailer Park Elegy
978-1-55017-815-9, $18.95, Paperback, Harbour Publishing
Pub date: September 2017

Events

Reading at the Whistler Writers Festival at Reading Event #8, “Writer of Poetry--Thin Places” (with Billy-Ray Belcourt, Lorna Crozier and Laisha Rosnau) on  Saturday, October 13, 2018 from 11:30am – 1:00 pm at the  Fairmont Chateau Whistler

Media

          Print/Online
          
Review in The Malahat Review, Issue 203, Summer 2018

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          Whistler Writers Festival program (Whistler, BC), October 2018

Notable Reviews

“On setting down the book, I am grateful for this knowledge of a particular human being; grateful, too, in sympathy with William’s very last words:  ‘Thank You.’ In the poet’s words:  ‘an entire life’s meaning / Thank you / can ride the exhale.’” -- Barbara Colebrook Peace, The Malahat Review

LAST UPDATED: September 20, 2018