The City of Calgary W.O. Mitchell Book Prize is awarded in honour of acclaimed Calgary writer W.O. Mitchell and recognizes literary achievement by Calgary authors. The prize was established in 1996 and is coordinated through a partnership between The City of Calgary and the Writers' Guild of Alberta.
The $5000 prize is awarded annually for an outstanding book of fiction, poetry, nonfiction, children's literature or drama published in the preceding year. Entries are judged by an independent jury recruited by the Writers' Guild of Alberta.
Western Australian Premier's Book Awards
A biennial award made available by the Western Australian Government and are managed by the State Library of Western Australia.
The categories are...
Trillium Book Award
The Ontario government established the Trillium Book Award in 1987 to celebrate the quality and diversity of Ontario writers and writing. It includes ...
CMA Book Awards
This program recognizes the outstanding work of publishers, authors, and book editors who serve Catholic readers. The Catholic Media Association an...