Writers' Trust Engel/Findley Award
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|Presented by||Writers' Trust of Canada|
Presented for the first time in 2008 under the name Notable Author Award, the award was created by merging the formerly separate Marian Engel Award and Timothy Findley Award, which were presented to female and male nominees respectively. The award was subsequently renamed back to Engel/Findley.
The award is presented to one author, who may be either a man or a woman, annually. The award comes with a monetary prize of $25,000.
- 2008 – Michael Winter
- 2009 – David Bergen
- 2010 – Miriam Toews
- 2011 – Wayne Johnston
- 2012 - Nino Ricci
- 2013 - Lisa Moore
- 2014 - Joan Thomas
- 2015 - Annabel Lyon
- 2016 - Eden Robinson
- "Patrick deWitt’s 'The Sisters Brothers' wins Writers’ Trust Prize". The Globe and Mail, November 1, 2011.
- "Miriam Toews wins $25,000 Writers’ Trust Fiction Prize". Toronto Star, November 4, 2014.
- "André Alexis wins Rogers Writers’ Trust Fiction Prize". The Globe and Mail, November 3, 2015.
- "Eden Robinson, Gregory Scofield, Yasuko Thanh among 2016 Writers' Trust Prize winners". CBC Books, November 2. 2016.
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