We would love your thoughts and comments on the 23rd Saskatchewan Book Awards Ceremony! Your feedback helps us tailor future events to your needs. Please fill out our brief survey here (survey closes June 14): 2016 Saskatchewan Book Awards Survey.
We hope to see you at our upcoming summer events! The Legislative Library will be hosting a winners' reading on June 15, and we're looking forward to participating in SWG's Words in the Park and the Festival of Words in July.
Saskatchewan Book Awards is seeking to fill vacancies on its board for the AGM on May 18, 2016.
Saskatchewan Book Awards is a non-profit organization that promotes and celebrates authors and publishers in Saskatchewan through an annual Awards Ceremony. SBA is the only provincially-focused book awards program in Saskatchewan and a principal ambassador for Saskatchewan’s diverse literary community. Its solid reputation for celebrating artistic excellence in style is recognized nationally.
As of April 1st our early bird prices are no longer available, but luckily tickets for the 2016 Saskatchewan Book Awards Ceremony can still be purchased until April 27th!
We are thrilled to announce that Muslims for Peace and Justice in Saskatchewan is the new sponsor for the 2016 Fiction Award! We are so grateful to have the support of yet another incredible Saskatchewan-based organization.
Join us for the second Shortlist Reading tonight at McNally Robinson in Saskatoon! The third Shortlist Reading is on Friday, April 15!
Sask Book Awards is pleased to partner with the Regina Public Library on their Readers' and Writers' Summit, April 28-May 2! Register on their website.
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SBA is very excited to announce that three members of Andino Suns will perform at the 23rd Saskatchewan Book Awards Ceremony. Andrés Dávalos, Andrés Palma, and Cristian Moya will take the stage during the intermission. Andino Suns is a multi-instrumental modern Andean party music group based out of Regina, Saskatchewan. The group has played their combination of traditional sounds from the Andes Mountains and modern Latin rhythms throughout the country at events such as JUNOfest, Ness Creek Music Festival, Sasktel Jazz Festival, and Regina Folk Festival in Saskatchewan; Festival du Bout du Monde, and Festival des Traditions du Monde in Quebec; and Cold Snap Festival in British Columbia.
With live Andean music, a delicious prairie buffet, cash bar, and talented writers and publishers from across the province, the Awards Ceremony is not a show to be missed!
Tickets can be purchased for early bird prices here via Paypal until April 1st. Our early bird prices are: $50/ticket, $350/table of 8, or $450/table of 10. After April 1st, tickets will be available for $60/ticket, $420/table of 8, or $540/table of 10. Payments by cheque can be sent to 315-1102 8th Ave, Regina, SK S4R 1C9.