Award-Winning Books

Award-Winning Books

Enjoy these books that prize juries have rated as the best of the best.

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Airstream Land Yacht

Ken Babstock's brilliant third collection of poetry testifies to the harrowing beauty of everyday experience.

Alligator

Alligator moves with the swiftness of a gator in attack mode through the lives of a group of characters in contemporary St. John's, Newfoundland.

Annabel

Kathleen Winter's stunning debut novel, a national bestseller and is a beautifully sensitive story of family, identity, and the yearning to belong.

Augustino and the Choir of Destruction

The third in the ten-book "Soifs" novel cycle, this novel is set in a post-September 11 world on an island in the Gulf of Mexico.

Caught

A remarkable novel about a man who escapes from prison to embark upon one of the most ambitious pot-smuggling adventures ever attempted.

Caught (TV tie-in edition)

A remarkable novel about a man who escapes from prison to embark upon one of the most ambitious pot-smuggling adventures ever attempted.

Celestial Bodies

The first Arabic-language winner of the Man Booker International Prize and a vivid and elegant tale of a family and a nation across decades.

Chrysalis

Genre-blending stories of transformation and belonging that centre women of colour and explore queerness, family, and community.

Civil Elegies

A List edition of Dennis Lee's Civil Elegies, with an introduction by Nick Mount.

Cockroach

Rawi Hage's second novel combines an uncompromising vision of humanity with razor-sharp portraits of society's outsiders.

Crowd of Sounds

Adam Sol's sublime poems are about music, but they are also about the silence it breaks, and the inevitable recurrence of that silence.

De Niro's Game

A-List edition of Rawi Hage's classic novel De Niro's Game, with a new introduction by Colm Toibin.