Category: <span>Award News</span>

Aggie & Mudgy by Wendy Proverbs wins 2022 Jeanne Clarke Award

Congratulations to Wendy Proverbs! Her debut novel, Aggie and Mudgy: The Journey of Two Kaska Dena Children has won the 2022 Jeanne Clarke Award. Our congratulations also to Ken Mather, who was nominated for his work on Wagon Road North: The Saga of the Cariboo Gold Rush, Revised and Expanded Edition. The Prince George Public Library … Continued

Two books nominated for Jeanne Clarke Award

The Prince George Public Library Board has announced the nominees for the 37th annual Jeanne Clarke Awards. The Jeanne Clarke Local History Award was established by the Library Board in 1985, in memory of former library board chair Jeanne Clarke. We are delighted to share that two Heritage House books are nominated for the 2022 … Continued

Afterlight named a finalist for 2021 Nation­al Jew­ish Book Award

Heritage House Publishing is thrilled to share the news that Afterlight: In Search of Poetry, History, and Home by Isa Milman has been named a finalist for 2021 Nation­al Jew­ish Book Award. Afterlight was nominated for the Krauss Fam­i­ly Award in Mem­o­ry of Simon & Shu­lamith (Sofi) Goldberg for Autobiography & Memoir.  Afterlight is a … Continued

Journal of a Travelling Girl nominated for Quebec Writers Federation award

Heritage House Publishing is delighted to share the news that Journal of a Travelling Girl by Nadine Neema has been nominated for its fourth young literature award: the Janet Savage Blachford Prize for Children’s and Young Literature from the Quebec Writers Federation, announced on October 15, 2021. “I am honoured and grateful Journal of a … Continued

Trail North Receives BC Historical Federation Book Award

Heritage House is pleased to announce that Ken Mather has been honoured with second prize at the 2019 BC Lieutenant-Governor’s Medal for Historical Writing awards for his book Trail North: The Okanagan Trail of 1858–68 and Its Origins in British Columbia And Washington. Hosted by the British Columbia Historical Federation, the Lieutenant-Governor’s awards celebrate books … Continued

A Matter of Confidence Shortlisted for Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize

Heritage House is pleased to announce that A Matter of Confidence: The Inside Story of the Political Battle for BC, by Rob Shaw and Richard Zussman, has been shortlisted for the 2019 Hubert Evans Prize for Non-Fiction. Written over a five-month period in the summer and fall of 2017, A Matter of Confidence tracks key … Continued