CONTEST: Win a collection of books from the 2018 Trillium Book Award/Prix Trillium

The 2018 The Trillium Book Award/Prix Trillium took place at the Toronto Reference Library on June 21st. The annual award put on by Ontario Media Development Corporation honours Ontario authors of literature and poetry in both the English and French language. Previous winners have included Margaret Atwood, Michael Ondaatje, Alice Munro, André Alexis, Wayson Choy and Thomas King to name a few.

Here are the finalists and winners from this year.

2018 Trillium Book Award contest

English Language Finalists – Trillium Book Award

Cherie Dimaline, The Marrow Thieves, DCB/ Cormorant Books
Catherine Hernandez, Scarborough, Arsenal Pulp Press
Kyo Maclear, Birds Art Life, Doubleday Canada (Winner)
James Maskalyk, Life on the Ground Floor, Doubleday Canada
Rebecca Rosenblum, So Much Love, McClelland and Stewart
Leanne Betasamosake Simpson, This Accident of Being Lost, House of Anansi Press

English Language Finalists – Trillium Book Award For Poetry

Pino Coluccio, Class Clown, Biblioasis (Winner)
Puneet Dutt, The Better Monsters, Mansfield Press
Phoebe Wang, Admission Requirements, McClelland & Stewart

French Language Finalists – Trillium Book Award

Maurice Henrie, Le poids du temps, Les Presses de L’Université d’Ottawa
Didier Leclair, Le bonheur est un parfum sans nom, Éditions David
Alain Bernard Marchand, Sept vies, dix-sept morts, Les Herbes rouges
Blaise Ndala, Sans capote ni kalachnikov, Mémoire d’encrier
Aurélie Resch, Sous le soleil de midi, Éditions Prise de parole (Winner)

French Language Finalists – Trillium Book Award Poetry

Sylvie Bérard, Oubliez, Éditions Prise de parole (Winner)
Chloé LaDuchesse, Furies, Mémoire d’encrier
Christian Milat, Si je connaissais…, Éditions David

 

CONTEST

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