Our 8th annual McGill Reads holiday book list includes eclectic recommendations by students, staff, faculty, administration and alumni
Camilla Townsend receives US$75,000 – the largest reward for a work of non-fiction in English – for the first-ever history based solely on texts written by the Aztec people
The winner of the USD$75,000 prize will be announced in a live virtual event on December 3
Victoria Korth, a poet and practicing psychiatrist in Rochester, NY, is awarded the $20,000 prize for her poem Harlem Valley Psychiatric Center
The Royal Society of Canada recognizes McGill Professor Michel Biron for raising international appreciation of francophone literature
Prize boasts the biggest purse for English-language non-fiction writing in the world, with US$75,000 awarded to the winner and US$10,000 to each of the two...
McGill-based poetry competition will award $20,000 for the best English poem of 40 lines or fewer