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Scotiabank Giller Prize Longlist

  • Dennis Bock for his novel Going Home Again, published by HarperCollins Canada
  • Joseph Boyden for his novel The Orenda, published by Hamish Hamilton Canada
  • Lynn Coady for her short story collection Hellgoingpublished by House of Anansi Press
  • Craig Davidson for his novel Cataract City, published by Doubleday Canada
  • Elisabeth De Mariaffi for her short story collection How To Get Along With Women, published by Invisible Publishing
  • David Gilmour for his novel Extraordinary, published by Patrick Crean Editions
  • Wayne Grady for his novel Emancipation Day, published by Doubleday Canada
  • Louis Hamelin for his novel October 1970, translated by Wayne Grady and published by House of Anansi Press   
  • Wayne Johnston for his novel The Son of a Certain Woman, published by Knopf Canada
  • Claire Messud for her novel The Woman Upstairs, published by Knopf Canada
  • Lisa Moore for her novel Caught, published by House of Anansi Press
  • Dan Vyleta for his novel The Crooked Maid, published by HarperCollins Canada
  • Michael Winter for his novel Minister Without Portfolio, published by Hamish Hamilton Canada
  • Comments

    1. Not being up to date with CanLit I was wondering if you see any of these as deserving "Canada Reads" contenders in the future? Lisa Moore is on a winning streak after making the Man Booker long list in 2010 and February's success this year.


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