WIBA 2020 Finalists Announced!

Canadian Authors and Vivalogue Publishing have reviewed and evaluated the shortlisted titles for this year’s awards and are happy to announce the six finalists for the 2020 WIBAs. See the list of fiction and non-fiction finalists here.

Denounce and Act Against Racism

Canadian Authors Association (CAA) condemns the crimes and injustices committed against Black, Indigenous and other people of colour—all of which have their source in systemic racism. Writers have honed language skills that can be used to rally our communities to act. Those of us who are not BIPOC can listen to, learn from and support those who are; all of us can advocate for change; we can extend hope and stand with those calling for justice; we can solicit, gather and disseminate stories rooted in BIPOC experience; we can engage in difficult discussions about racism; and we can act with compassion and courage. We can help educate. As writers we can be a force for good.. . . Read more

 

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The CAA & SF Canada Spring/Summer Webinar Series is free throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

Don’t miss out — attendance is limited to the first 100. Check out the webinars and register at  https://canadianauthors.org/national/programs-and-services/webinars/

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As one of only 27 Registered National Arts Service Organizations with charitable status, much of what we do benefits all Canadian writers, whether they are members or are affiliated with us as partners or through other writing groups.

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