Fresh Fish finalists

The shortlist for one of Canada’s most lucrative literary prizes for new authors was announced in early October in St. John’s, NL. The 2013 Newfoundland and Labrador Credit Union Fresh Fish Award for Emerging Writers offers a cash prize of $5,000, and $1,000 in professional editing services for the best unpublished manuscript written by a resident of the province who is not published in book form.The three finalists are Joshua Goudie for his novel, The Art of Dogs, Tracey Waddleton for her short story collection, Send More Tourists, The Last Ones Were Delicious, and Paul Whittle for his short story collection, Everything Is What It Is. The winner will be announced on November 6.

 

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Fresh Fish finalists

The shortlist for one of Canada’s most lucrative literary prizes for new authors was announced in early October in St. John’s, NL. The 2013 Newfoundland and Labrador Credit Union Fresh Fish Award for Emerging Writers offers a cash prize of $5,000, and $1,000 in professional editing services for the best unpublished manuscript written by a resident of the province who is not published in book form.The three finalists are Joshua Goudie for his novel, The Art of Dogs, Tracey Waddleton for her short story collection, Send More Tourists, The Last Ones Were Delicious, and Paul Whittle for his short story collection, Everything Is What It Is. The winner will be announced on November 6.

 

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