Mosher will be taking over as president, publisher, and CEO of the press as of November 1.
With the passing of the baton to Spain on Sunday and closing its unprecedented two years as the guest of honour country at the Frankfurt Book Fair on a high note, the Canada FBM2021 organizing team returns home triumphant.
The winners will be announced Nov. 23 and will each receive $10,000.
The shortlisted authors include Canadian historian Rebecca Clifford, professor of Transnational and European History at the University of Durham.
October 27, 2021 at 10:45am | Filed under: Awards
From October 22–31, visitors will be able to enter the worlds of Bob’s Hungry Ghost, Monsters 101, and The Barnabus Project.
The Thomas Morton Prize was renamed to honour the memory of Clarke, a prolific and lauded writer “who disrupted the expectations of what Canadian literature could and should become.”
Canada takes the spotlight this week as guest of honour at the Frankfurt Book Fair, creating the first hybrid pavilion and bringing a star-studded lineup of authors.
The winners will be announced at a gala on Nov. 24.
Readers can vote for their favourite books in April, and the winners will be announced at the Forest of Reading Festival, scheduled for May 17, 18, and 19, 2022.
The 70 finalists for the 2021 Governor General’s Literary Awards were announced on Oct. 14.
Young writers in grades 4–8 across Canada are encouraged to submit original stories for the chance of becoming a published author.
If such a thing as “the Canadian short story” exists, it perhaps resembles the Canadian identity in its staunch refusal to accommodate any sort of stringent definition.
When he first asked to photograph a stranger, Wayne Simpson couldn’t have imagined that he was about to embark on a years-long project that would culminate in a book of portraits and personal stories.
October 13, 2021 at 10:32am | Filed under: Writing Life
The winner of the $60,000 prize will be announced online on Nov. 24.