Due to technical issues, the Book Awards Announcement planned for this evening has been temporarily postponed. We will be announcing a new release date shortly. Our sincere apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused.
Early bird and student tickets are now on sale for the 26th Saskatchewan Book Awards Ceremony, and they are selling fast. Tickets are $60 until the end of March. On March 31st, ticket prices go up to $75, while student prices remain at $30 until April 24th. Be sure to get your tickets early! Ticket sales end on April 24th.
Celebrate 26 years of excellence in writing and publishing in Saskatchewan at the 2019 Saskatchewan Book Awards Ceremony. The evening will be hosted by Victor Sawa, one of Canada's top music conductors, frequently dubbed the "modern renaissance man" for his wide variety of interests and experiences. Terrence Littletent, a World-Renowned hoop dancer as well as an educator, producer and performer, will perform at the ceremony. You’ll also enjoy door prizes, book sales, and a silent auction. Don't miss this fantastic event!
Tickets can be purchased through our website or by sending a cheque to Saskatchewan Book Awards at 315-1102 8th Ave, Regina, SK S4R 1C9.
Join us for a reading from three shortlisted authors at McNally Robinson on March 14th! gillian-harding russell will be reading from her book of poetry, In Another Air; Barbara Langhorst will share from her novel, Want; and Dave Margoshes will read from his latest book of poetry A Calendar of Reckoning.
Our second shortlist reading of the year will feature Jeanette Lynes, Alice Kuipers, and James Trettwer. Jeanette is shortlisted for her latest novel, The Small Things at the End of the World; Alice is shortlisted for her YA novel, Me and Me as well as her latest children's book Polly Diamond and the Magic Book; and James is shortlisted for his first novel, Thorn-Field.