Congratulations, Julia! #ReadWomen2014
Last month we asked you to identify the Anansi authors in our #ReadWomen2014 video for a chance to win all of the books by women we publish this year. We were overwhelmed to receive hundreds of wonderful entries from keen readers. Best of all was Julia from Toronto who identified an incredible 81 of the 82 literary faces that flashed by her computer screen.
Today we packed up the first half of Julia’s prize: the first half of our contribution to the ocean of incredible women-authored novels, short story collections, essays, non-fiction, poetry, and everything in between being published this year. Have a look at our lovely assistant Cindy struggling to hold them.
If you’re keeping track, here’s what Julia can expect in the mail:
- The Four Walls of My Freedom: Lessons I’ve Learned from a Life of Caregiving by Donna Thomson
- Are Men Obsolete? The Munk Debate on Gender by Hanna Rosin, Maureen Dowd, Caitlin Moran, & Camille Paglia
- Birding with Yeats: A Memoir by Lynn Thomson
- Lucky Dog: How Being a Veterinarian Saved My Life by Sarah Boston
- Beyond Intelligence: Secrets for Raising Happily Productive Kids by Dr. Dona Matthews & Dr. Joanne Foster
- El Niño by Nadia Bozak
- Based on a True Story by Elizabeth Renzetti
- All the Rage by A.L. Kennedy
- Nothing For You Here, Young Man by Marie-Claire Blais (translated by Nigel Spencer)
- Mirrors and Mirages by Monia Mazigh (translated by Fred A. Reed)
- The Marrying of Chani Kaufman by Eve Harris
- For Tamara by Sarah Lang
- and The Quiet by Anne-Marie Turza.