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Fiction Acquisitions Announcement

Catherine Bush’s Danger Due To acquired by Bethany Gibson at Goose Lane Editions

Goose Lane Editions is thrilled to announce that acclaimed writer Catherine Bush’s forthcoming short-story collection, Danger Due To, has been acquired by our fiction acquisitions editor Bethany Gibson.  The book is scheduled for publication in Spring 2025.

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Goose Lane Editions Announces Claire Harris Poetry Prize

It’s an exciting day in the Goose Lane Editions office! Alongside the icehouse poetry board, we’re delighted to announce the inaugural Claire Harris Poetry Prize. The biennial prize will be awarded to a full-length debut poetry collection by a writer who is Black, Indigenous, or from another racialized community. The winning manuscript will be published under the icehouse poetry imprint.

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Moving the Museum Wins 2023 Toronto Book Award

Goose Lane Editions congratulates Wanda Nanibush and Georgiana Uhlyarik on winning the 2023 Toronto Book Award for their book, Moving the Museum: Indigenous + Canadian Art at the AGO. Nanibush and Uhlyarik accepted the prize during a gala at the North York Central Library on Tuesday, October 10. The award includes $10,000 for the winning authors.

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This Other Eden Shortlisted for Booker Prize 2023

Paul Harding’s This Other Eden, published in Canada by Goose Lane Editions, is one of six books on the shortlist for the Booker Prize. The shortlist for the 2023 prize was announced on September 21 in London.

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Almost Beauty Shortlisted for Prestigious Walcott Prize!

Goose Lane Editions and icehouse poetry congratulates Fredericton poet Sue Sinclair following the news that her 2022 collection Almost Beauty was shortlisted for the prestigious Derek Walcott Prize for Poetry. Almost Beauty contains both new and selected poetry spanning across Sinclair’s 20+ year career. Notably, it’s one of just two Canadian books on this year’s Walcott shortlist.
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