Trillium Book Award Author Readings June 16

Wayne Grady gets Double Giller Prize Nominations

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When the Scotiabank Giller Prize longlist was announced yesterday, Wayne Grady had reason to celebrate. Twice. The Kingston author has received nominations for both his first novel, Emancipation Day (Doubleday Canada), and his French to English translation of Louis Hamelin's novel October 1970 (House of Anansi Press).

Read more about Wayne's work and his reaction to his nominations here:

Emancipation Day:
October 1970:

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