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“So i assumed, why don’t we do a contest? And so we did. And that used to be the start of its history.” — Bob Weaver, writer of the CBC Literary Awards “I’m for my part confident that i'd by no means became a author had it no longer been for the encouragement of the CBC. How vital it's to get that first boost.” — Carol Shields (in 1985) “Writers love this festival simply because entries are learn with out the authors’ names and judged blind, at the benefits of the writing on my own. This particular literary pageant . . . is ready writing, the great thing about the language, the curiosity of the topic matter.” — Kim Echlin, from her creation Celebrated during this anthology are the first-prize English-language winners of the CBC Literary Awards from 2001 to 2006 in poetry, artistic non-fiction and commute, and brief fiction plus 3 new translations of French-language winners.

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