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SBA Awards Ceremony will be available at 7:00pm, June 23, 2022.

Final Final 2022 SBA Background

 

The 2022 SBA Winners are listed below! or PDF: 2022_SK_Book_Awards_Winners_Press_Release.pdf

Ministry of Parks, Culture, and Sport First Book Award

Only If We’re Caught (Thistledown Press), by Theressa Slind.

University of Saskatchewan, President’s Office, Non-Fiction Award

Bread & Water: Essays (University of Regina Press), by dee Hobsbawn Smith.

SK Arts Poetry Award Honouring Anne Szumigalski

awâsis — kinky and disheveled (Brick Books), by Louise B. Halfe – Sky Dancer.


University of Regina Faculty of Arts/University of Saskatchewan College of Arts and Science Jennifer Welsh Scholarly Writing Award

Intimate Integration: A History of the Sixties Scoop and the Colonization of Indigenous Kinship (University of Toronto Press), by Allyson D. Stevenson.

City of Saskatoon/Saskatoon Public Library Saskatoon Award

Probably Ruby (Doubleday Canada), by Lisa Bird-Wilson.

City of Regina Regina Award

Little Housewolf (Signal Editions), by Medrie Purdham.

Rasmussen & Co. Indigenous Peoples’ Writing Award

Intimate Integration: A History of the Sixties Scoop and the Colonization of Indigenous Kinship (University of Toronto Press), by Allyson D. Stevenson.

G. Murray and Edna Forbes Foundation Children’s Award

The Girl with the Cat (Red Deer Press), by Beverley Brenna (Illustrated by Brooke Kerrigan).

Fiction Award

August Into Winter (Doubleday Canada), by Guy Vanderhaeghe.


Regina Public Library Book of the Year Award Honouring Mary Sutherland

Probably Ruby (Doubleday Canada), by Lisa Bird-Wilson.

Awards for Publishers

Creative Saskatchewan Publishing Award

University of Regina Press for publishing Cold Case North: The Search for James Brady and Absolom Halkett, by Michael Nest with Deanna Reder and Eric Bell.

SaskBooks Publishing in Education Award

University of Regina Press for Mācī-Anihināpēmowin / Beginning Saulteaux by L. Lynn Cote & Margaret R. Cote.

Saskatoon Public Library Indigenous Peoples’ Publishing Award

GDI Press for 20.12 m: A Short Story Collection of a Life as a Road Allowance Métis by Arnolda Dufour Bowes.