André Alexis absolutely crushed is first Twitter experience with #GillerWinner!
An hour-long conversation with fans and other writers, André chatted live about about his upcoming work, what he did to celebrate receiving the 2015 Giller Prize, and of course, dog ownership.
We are so proud and so thrilled to share the news that André Alexis has been awarded the 2015 Scotiabank Giller Prize for Fifteen Dogs!
With the Giller announcement looming tomorrow night, Matt Galloway chats with Alana Wilcox, Editoral Director of Coach House Books, and Dan Wells, founder of Biblioasis.
The Xenotext brought back already, you say? Well, yes - but in a Limited Delux Edition, that is!
Let's give a big round of a-paws – André Alexis has been awarded the 2015 Rogers Writers' Trust Fiction Prize for Fifteen Dogs!
In a Magic 8 Q&A with CBC Books, Jordan Tannahill, author of Theatre of the Unimpressed, talks posthumous publications, literary crushes, the Bible, and masturbation.
More GG coverage for Rhonda Mullins' winning translation of Twenty-One Cardinals, this time from The Globe and Mail.
Congrats to Rhonda Mullins on her GG win for her translation of Jocelyne Saucier's Twenty-One Cardinals!
Full coverage from the Montreal Gazette here.
We're all aflutter with the news that Rhonda Mullins, translator of Jocelyne Saucier's Twenty-One Cardinals, is the recipient of the 2015 Governor General's Literary Award for French-to-English Translation!
Andy McGuire, on the origins of his debut book of poetry, Country Club (read the whole origin story on the IFOA website):
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We're happy to announce that Damian Rogers is a finalist for the 2016 Trillium Book Award for English-language Poetry for Dear Leader!
Nick Thurston's Of the Subcontract, Or Principles of Poetic Right is a collection of poems about computational capitalism, each of which was written by an underpaid worker subcontracted through Amazon.com’s Mechanical Turk service.
Originally published in print by Information as Material in the UK, it's now available through Coach House as an ebook, for just $5.
Christian Bök spoke about his Xenotext project of enciphering a poem into a bacterium on CBC Radio's Ideas program recently. Listen to the full episode online now!
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