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2012 Governor General's Literary Award Winners

Posted at 8:21AM Wednesday 14 Nov 2012

Some highlights from this year's announcement:

Ten out of 14 winners of the 2012 Governor General's Literary Awards are women.

Nigel Spencer wins for the third time, each time for the translation of a book by Marie-Claire Blais.

Normand Chaurette wins for the second year in a row, his fourth GG overall.

Full details at canadacouncil.ca (via Literary Saloon)

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