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Northwest Passages - Author Profile: Gabrielle Roy
Biography and selected bibliography.

  • Roy also met with tremendous success in the United States where the Literary Guild of America, the nation's most prestigious book club, made The Tin Flute a feature book of the month in 1947

  • With over one million members, sales to the Literary Guild exceeded 700 000 copies

    Northwest Passages - Canadian Literary Awards
    Description of several awards available to Canadian writers.

  • enter your e-mail address: Awards Alberta Book Awards Awards administered by the Alberta Writer's Guild

  • Manitoba Book Awards The Manitoba Writers' Guild will with the Association of Manitoba Book Publishers, awards Manitoba Writing and Publishing Awards

  • Saskatchewan Book Awards The Saskatchewan Book Awards were established in 1993 by the joint efforts of the Saskatchewan Writers Guild, Saskatchewan Publishers Group and Saskatchewan Library Association

    Gabrielle Roy
    Biography of the author.

  • In September 1937, in spite of her mother's disapproval, the former schoolteacher embarked for England, studied acting for a few months at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, then crossed the Channel to discover France

  • Boniface, Manitoba, won international recognition for her first novel, Bonheur d'occasion (1945), receiving the Prix Fémina in Paris and New York's Literary Guild Award

  • Largely acclaimed by the critics, that novel, which remains Gabrielle Roy’s best-known work, was selected by the Literary Guild of New York as its May selection


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  • Literary Guild Meets 9/14 Beginning Thursday, 14 Sept, the MSU Great Falls Literary Guild and Hastings Books will begin sponsoring community 'open mike nights', scheduled for the second Thursday of each month at 7 pm in the Hastings Books coffee shop, 726 10th Ave South

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    Article about online publishers.

  • As e-books become more relevant, we'll be reviewing more of them.' In March, my own novel Lip Service , originally rejected by traditional publishers, was discovered online and became the first self published novel to become a Featured Alternate Selection at both the Doubleday Book Club and The Literary Guild

  • Lip Service is also available as a Featured Alternate Selection of the Literary Guild and Doubleday Book Club - Aug/Sept (MJ Rose is the author

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  • is a Booksense #1 pick for the month of April 2006 The Literary Guild Book Club bought the rights to to offer the title as their alternate selection for July 2006, and as new member promotion offering Click on More News below or select News button from the top of the screen for more, well..

    Loraine Despres - Southern Romance Novels by Loraine Despres
    The Scandalous Summer of Sissy LeBlanc. Romantic comedy set in the South at the
    beginning of the Civil Rights Movement.

  • It’s about the choices we make, the moments we regret, the prejudices we cling to and the rules we live by.” The Scandalous Summer of Sissy LeBlanc was a Literary Guild and Doubleday Book Club selection and was chosen as a Barnes and Noble Discover Great New Writers Pick

  • Her first novel, published by William Morrow in 2001 became a Literary Guild and Doubleday Book Club selection and a Barnes and Noble Discover Great New Writers Pick as well as a national best seller and engendered its companion,

    Handbook of Texas Online:
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    Alberta Literary Awards
    Information about several awards administered by the Writers Guild of Alberta.
    Includes rules and news for each.

  • () ALBERTA LITERARY COMPETITIONS The Writers Guild of Alberta administers the following annual awards: (with categories in novel, drama, non-fiction, poetry, short fiction and children’s literature) For more information on any of these awards please contact the WGA main office, (780) 422-8174 or e-mail

  • (pdf) Isabel Miller Young Writers Award Isabel Miller Young Writers Award (Poetry or Fiction) for writers aged 12-18 years, was established in memory of Isabel Miller, a school teacher and writer who was active in Celebration of Women in the Arts, the Stroll of Poets and the Writers Guild of Alberta

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    Authors Guild Back-in-Print Bookstore
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    MWP: Willie Morris (1934-1999)
    Includes a biographical and critical article, list of works, selected bibliography
    of secondary resources, and links.

  • A selection of the Literary Guild, it was widely praised by critics, including a reviewer for America who was prompted to exclaim that “ Harper's is indeed in good hands.” During his editorship of the nation's oldest magazine, Morris attracted contributions from such well-known writers as William Styron, Robert Penn Warren, Ralph Ellison, Arthur Miller, James Dickey, Walker Percy, and Norman Mailer

  • In this alternate selection of the Literary Guild, the author skillfully combines sports reporting, historical analysis, and biography as he recounts the madness surrounding the college recruitment of a talented southern black athlete

    The Stranger Redeemed: A Portrait of a Black Poet
    Insights on Hughes and his writing.

    Heartland Romance Authors
    Northwest Missouri chapter of the Romance Writers of America. Includes author
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  • Her first contemporary novel, A SIMPLE GIFT, written as Karyn Witmer, was a Literary Guild Exclusive last Christmas and is being released in paperback in September 2006

    Independent Online Booksellers Association -- Glossary of Book Terms
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  • BOOK CLUB EDITION (BCE, BOMC, etc.) Editions published by book clubs (i.e.: The Book-of-the-Month Club, Fireside Book Club, History Book Club, The Literary Guild, etc.)

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    Educational Paperback Association
    A biographical sketch originally published in the Sixth Book of Junior Authors
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  • Summer of the Monkeys won the 1979 William Allen White Award, and Where the Red Fern Grows was a Literary Guild selection

  • Wilson Rawls was a member of the Authors Guild

    Medieval Sourcebook: Procopius of Caesarea: The Secret History
    Hypertext of the 1927 translation by Richard Atwater, including bibliography and
    table of contents.

  • : LFP Publications, c1982) Gerson, Noel Bertram, 1914-, Theodora, a novel , (Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall, 1969) Graves, Robert, Count Belasarius , (New York : Literary Guild, 1938; London: Cassell, 1938) Graves narrates the life of perhaps the most glamorous Byzantine general


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