Awards

Category: Awards

Dundurn is pleased to announce that Local Customs by Audrey Thomas has been nominated for the Ontario Library Association (OLA)’s 2016 Evergreen Award, part of the Forest of Reading program. The Evergreen Award features adult titles, and the list is chosen by a committee of experienced library staff.

Dundurn Press Earns Four Heritage Toronto Book Award Nominations

 

TORONTO, ON (Sept 16) Dundurn is pleased to announce that four of its titles have been nominated for the 2015 Heritage Toronto Book Award: Riverdale: East of the Don by Elizabeth Gillan (Liz) Muir; Inside the Museums: Toronto’s Heritage Sites and Their Most Prized Objects by John Goddard; The History of Sunnybrook: Battle to Greatness by Francesca Grosso; and Lost Breweries of Toronto by Jordan St. John.

 

Dundurn is excited to announce that Sam Wiebe has taken home the Kobo Emerging Writer Prize in the mystery category for his debut novel, Last of the Independents ─ the first installment of the Vancouver Noir series set in the author’s home city. Winners of the $10,000 prize were announced Tuesday evening at a reception in Toronto.

Steve Burrows Win Arthur Ellis Award!

Posted on May 29 by Kyle in Awards

Dundurn is excited to announce that Steve Burrows's heralded debut, A Siege of Bitterns, has added Arthur Ellis Award winner to its already impressive list of accolades. The novel was awarded the prize for Best First Novel in a ceremony Thursday evening at Toronto's iconic Arts & Letters Club. Burrows, who is on tour currently in the Northwest Territories, was unable to pick up the award in person, but was thrilled by the news.

The Nomination of Mary Mabel McTavish

Posted on April 24 by Kyle in Awards, Fiction
We are thrilled to announce that Allan Stratton’s 2014 novel, The Resurrection of Mary Mabel McTavish, has been shortlisted for the prestigious 2015 Bony Blithe Award for Best Canadian Light Mystery. This is not the first major award nomination for Stratton, whose first adult novel, The Phoenix Lottery, was shortlisted for the Stephen Leacock Medal for Humour.

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