Local authors shortlisted for awards

Three Victoria authors have been shortlisted for the 32nd annual B.C. Book Prizes.

  • Mar. 10, 2016 11:00 a.m.

Three Victoria authors have been shortlisted for the 32nd annual B.C. Book Prizes.

Emily Urquhart’s book, Beyond the Pale: Folklore, Family and the Mystery of our Hidden Genes, is up for best original non-fiction literary work, Jude Isabella’s The Red Bicycle: The Extraordinary Story of One Ordinary Bicycle is up for best illustrated book written for children, and Robert Budd’s Orca Chief (co-written by Roy Vickers) is also up for best illustrated book written for children.

The winners will be announced at the Lieutenant Governor’s B.C. Book Prizes Gala on April 30 at Government House.

 

 

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