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Undoing Hours by Selina Boan wins an Indigenous Voices Award
Undoing Hours by Selina Boan wins an Indigenous Voices Award

Recipients of the fifth annual Indigenous Voices Awards have been announced, and Selina Boan has won the published poetry in English category for her book, Undoing Hours (Nightwood Editions).

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Barry Gough wins the 2022 Lieutenant Governor’s Medal for Historical Writing
Barry Gough wins the 2022 Lieutenant Governor’s Medal for Historical Writing

Barry Gough has won the 2022 Lieutenant Governor’s Medal for Historical Writing for his book, Possessing Meares Island: A Historian’s Journey into the Heart of Clayoquot Sound.

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Alan Twigg
Dr. Twigg

Congratulations to Harbour author Dr. Alan Twigg, on the recent award of Doctor of Letters, honoris causa from SFU. Twigg received the honour as "a champion of our province’s literary world" for "an immense ...

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Harbour Publishing Fall 2022 catalogue now available!
Harbour Publishing Fall 2022 catalogue now available!

Harbour Publishing's Fall 2022 catalogue, which includes forthcoming releases from Nightwood Editions and Lost Moose Books, is now available for download here! Read on for short summaries of the Fall 2022 books.

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Undoing Hours by Selina Boan wins 2022 Pat Lowther Memorial Award
Undoing Hours by Selina Boan wins 2022 Pat Lowther Memorial Award

The winners for the 2022 League of Canadian Poets Book Awards have been announced, and Selina Boan has won the Pat Lowther Memorial Award for Undoing Hours.

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Harbour Publishing titles included in 2022 BC and Yukon Book Prizes shortlists
Harbour Publishing titles included in 2022 BC and Yukon Book Prizes shortlists

The shortlists for the 2022 BC and Yukon Book Prizes have been announced, and several Harbour Publishing books have been included. Luschiim Arvid Charlie and Nancy J. Turner are shortlisted for the Roder...

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Three Harbour titles on 2022 Ryga Award Shortlist
Three Harbour titles on 2022 Ryga Award Shortlist

The 2022 Ryga Award shortlist has been announced, and three Harbour books have been included: Becoming Vancouver, Possessing Meares Island, and Creeland.

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British Columbia in Flames: Stories from a Blazing Summer Shortlisted for 2022 Jeanne Clark Award!
British Columbia in Flames: Stories from a Blazing Summer Shortlisted for 2022 Jeanne Clark Award!

British Columbia in Flames: Stories from a Blazing Summer, written by Claudia Cornwall, has been named a finalist for the 2022 Jeanne Clark Award. This award is presented annually by the Prince George Public Library to individuals or groups for outstanding contributions in the preservation and promotion of local history in the categories of Publication and Service. 

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Harbour Publishing Spring 2022 Preview
Harbour Publishing Spring 2022 Preview

This spring, Harbour is excited to publish eight new books that are distinctively British Columbian. Roy Henry Vickers once again showcases the wonder and beauty found in the remote communities of British Co...

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Day for Truth and Reconciliation
Day for Truth and Reconciliation

We would like to recognize this day for Truth and Reconciliation. As publishers, we will continue to work to bring the truths of Indian Residential Schools—as well as the truths about the infringement of the...

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Congratulations to the Poetry in Transit's 2021/22 Featured Poets!
Congratulations to the Poetry in Transit's 2021/22 Featured Poets!

A huge round-of-applause to Donna Kane, author of Orrery, and Dallas Hunt, author of Creeland (Nightwood Editions), for being two of the featured poets in this year's Poetry in Transit program. Both poets ha...

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Harbour’s Fall Preview Part Two
Harbour’s Fall Preview Part Two

We’re back with more information about the fiction, poetry and Nightwood books being released this fall! Sam Wiebe adds to his gripping Wakeland detective series with a new thriller, Hell and Gone. Set in Va...

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