HAMILTON LITERARY AWARDS CEREMONY: NOVEMBER 27TH!
The Hamilton Arts Council invites you to celebrate the 24th Annual Hamilton Literary Awards. This year's awards celebrate features a wide variety of wonderful books written by some of Hamilton's best and brightest writers. We'll be honoring four categories including: Poetry, Non-fiction, Fiction and the Kerry Schooley Book Award.
24th ANNUAL HAMILTON LITERARY AWARDs
The Hamilton Arts Council's 24th Annual Hamilton Literary Awards took place on November 27, 2017 in the Norman and Louise Haac Studio Theatre at the Dofasco Centre for the Arts (home of our venue sponsor Theatre Aquarius.
The WINNER of the HAMILTON ARTS COUNCIL LITERARY AWARD for POETRY:
Love, Despite the Ache by Chris Pannell
This Award sponsored by Judy Marsalles Real Estate Ltd. Brokerage
Read about the Finalists of the Poetry category:
The WINNER of the HAMILTON ARTS COUNCIL LITERARY AWARD for NON-FICTION:
Nobody Here Will Harm You by Shawn Selway
This Award sponsored by A Different Drummer Books
Read about the Finalists of the Non-Fiction category:
The WINNER of the HAMILTON ARTS COUNCIL LITERARY AWARD for FICTION:
Yiddish for Pirates by Gary Barwin
This Award sponsored by Bryan Prince Bookseller
Read about the Finalists of the Fiction category:
The WINNER of THE KERRY SCHOOLEY AWARD:
Evenings and Weekends: Five Years in Hamilton Music 2006-11 by Andrew Baulcomb
This Award sponsored in memory of the late Greg Quill
Read about the Finalists of the Kerry Schooley Award
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The Hamilton Literary Awards are an annual literary event with the goal of recognizing and celebrating the best of our city’s published authors. The Awards are presented to books of outstanding merit and quality in the categories of Fiction, Poetry and Non-fiction by authors residing in Hamilton and the surrounding areas. The Hamilton Literary Awards also include the Kerry Schooley Book Award to be given to the book that is most evocative of the City of Hamilton and/or surrounding area. The Kerry Schooley Book Award has been named in honour of the late Kerry Schooley who was a tireless advocate for literary arts in Hamilton.
For a list of previous Winners please DOWNLOAD THE PDF.