Emergent Voices: CBC Canadian Literary Awards Stories, 1979-1999

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Robert Weaver
Goose Lane, 1999 - Fiction - 287 pages
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Michael Ondaatje, Carol Shields, and Gail Anderson-Dargatz are among the winners of the CBC Literary Award who have gone on to become some of the biggest names in Canadian literature. They and other past winners are included in Emergent Voices. For over twenty years, Robert Weaver has coordinated one of Canada's most important literary awards for emerging writers, the CBC Canadian Literary Awards. Weaver founded the awards and has been tireless in promoting them.

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Contents

SEAN VIRGO Les Rites
9
WD VALGARDSON A Matter of Balance
25
BUDGE WILSON The Leaving
49
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Robert Weaver is Canada's pre-eminent literary impresario. He joined the CBC in 1948, and for almost four decades he guided some of the most significant cultural programs in the country. In 1979 he founded the Canadian Literary Awards, co-sponsored by the CBC and various partners. He is also the fiction editor for Saturday Night. He has edited many anthologies. He won the Molson prize in 1980.

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