Winner of 2017 Giller Prize

Winner of 2017 Giller Prize
Michael Redhill for his novel Bellevue Square

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Governonr General's Shorts

Fiction

Tamas Dobozy, Kitchener, Ont., Siege 13(Thomas Allen Publishers, a division of Thomas Allen & Son; distributed by the publisher)
Robert Hough, Toronto, Dr. Brinkley’s Tower(House of Anansi Press; distributed by HarperCollins Canada)
Vincent Lam, Toronto, The Headmaster’s Wager(Doubleday Canada, a division of Random House of Canada; distributed by the publisher)
Carrie Snyder, Waterloo, Ont., The Juliet Stories(House of Anansi Press; distributed by HarperCollins Canada)
Linda Spalding, Toronto, The Purchase(McClelland & Stewart, a division of Random House of Canada; distributed by the publisher)

Poetry

Julie Bruck, San Francisco, Calif. (originally from Montreal),
Monkey Ranch(Brick Books; distributed by LitDistCo)
David McGimpsey, Montreal, Li’l Bastard(Coach House Books; distributed by LitDistCo)
A. F. Moritz, Toronto, The New Measures(House of Anansi Press; distributed by HarperCollins Canada)
Lisa Pasold, Toronto, Any Bright Horse(Frontenac House; distributed by Alpine Book Peddlers)
James Pollock, Madison, Wis. (originally from Southern Ontario), Sailing to Babylon(Able Muse Press; distributed by Ingram Book Company)

Winner to be announced November 26 at Rideau Hall. 

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