Thomas Head Raddall Award
The Thomas Head Raddall Award is a Canadian literary award administered by the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia for the best work of adult fiction published in the previous year by a writer from the Atlantic provinces. The prize honours Thomas Head Raddall and is supported by an endowment he willed to it. The Award is currently worth $25,000.
- 1991 - Wayne Johnston, The Divine Ryans
- 1992 - Herb Curtis, The Last Tasmanian
- 1993 - John Steffler, The Afterlife of George Cartwright
- 1994 - David Adams Richards, For Those Who Hunt the Wounded Down
- 1995 - Bernice Morgan, Waiting for Time
- 1996 - M. T. Dohaney, Marriage of Masks
- 1997 - Alfred Silver, Acadia
- 1998 - Shree Ghatage, Awake When All the World is Asleep
- 1999 - Wayne Johnston, The Colony of Unrequited Dreams
- 2000 - Alistair MacLeod, No Great Mischief
- 2001 - Carol Bruneau, Purple for Sky
- 2002 - Michael Crummey, River Thieves
- 2003 - Donna Morrissey, Downhill Chance
- 2004 - Kenneth J. Harvey, The Town That Forgot How to Breathe
- 2005 - Edward Riche, The Nine Planets
- 2006 - Donna Morrissey, Sylvanus Now
- 2007 - Linda Little, Scotch River
- 2008 - Don Hannah, Ragged Islands
- 2009 - Douglas Arthur Brown, Quintet
- 2010 - Shandi Mitchell, Under This Unbroken Sky
- 2011 - Kathleen Winter, Annabel
- 2012 - David Adams Richards, Incidents in the Life of Markus Paul
- 2013 - Russell Wangersky, Whirl Away
- 2014 - William Kowalski, The Hundred Hearts
- 2015 - Darren Greer, Just Beneath My Skin
- "Adams Richards wins $20,000 Thomas Head Raddall prize". The Chronicle Herald, October 13, 2012.
- "Wangersky wins fiction award for ‘Whirl Away’". The Telegram, September 23, 2013.
- "Kowalski, Kimber, Domanski take home East Coast Literary Awards". Quill & Quire, September 21, 2014.
- "East Coast Literary Awards celebrate authors". Atlantic Books Today, June 8, 2015.