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The Amazon.ca First Novel Award, formerly the Books in Canada First Novel Award, is a Canadian literary award, co-presented by Amazon.ca and The Walrus to the best first novel in English published the previous year by a citizen or resident of Canada.[1] It has been awarded since 1976.[1]

The First Novel Award was founded by the literary magazine Books in Canada.[1] Between 1976 and 1994, the award was sponsored by SmithBooks. During this period, the award was known as the SmithBooks/Books in Canada First Novel Award.[1] When SmithBooks was acquired by Chapters, it became the Chapters/Books in Canada First Novel Award.[1]

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The award was reorganized when Books in Canada was acquired by Adrian and Olga Stein in 1995. The Steins retained a first novel editor, introduced a comprehensive first novel review program, and formalized the adjudication process.

The award was taken over by Amazon.com in 2009 and its name was changed to the current incarnation. The Amazon.com arrangement saw the prize award initially doubled to $10,000, and then increased to its current amount of $40,000, with shortlisted finalists each receiving over $6,000.

Winners and nominees[edit]

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At different times in its history, the award has been presented early in the year for works published in the preceding year, late in the year for works published in the same year as the presentation, or mid-year for an eligibility period that straddled parts of both years. For clarity, the list below is organized by the year of presentation rather than the year of publication eligibility.

YearWinnerNominated
1977Ian McLachlan, The Seventh Hexagram[2]
Michael Ondaatje, Coming Through Slaughter[2]
  • Alice Boissoneau, Eileen McCullough
  • David Kellum, The Falling World of Tristram Pocket
  • Susan Kerslake, Middlewatch
  • Sharon Riis, The True Story of Ida Johnson
  • Carol Shields, Small Ceremonies
  • Mary Soderstrom, The Descent of Andrew McPherson
1978Oonah McFee, Sandbars[3]
  • Shane Dennison, Sidehill Gouger
  • Pauline Gedge, Child of the Morning
  • Jack Hodgins, The Invention of the World
  • M. T. Kelly, I Do Remember the Fall
  • Helen Levi, A Small Informal Dance
  • Morley Torgov, The Abramsky Variations
1979Joan Barfoot, Abra[1]
  • Michael Dorland, The Double-Cross Circuit
  • Clive Doucet, Disneyland, Please
  • Margaret Drury Gane, Parade on an Empty Street
  • Kevin Major, Hold Fast
  • Frank Paci, The Italians
1980Clark Blaise, Lunar Attractions[4]
  • Victoria Branden, Mrs. Job
  • Stan Dragland, Peckertracks
  • Florence Evans, A Man Without Passion
  • Shirley Faessler, Everything in the Window
  • Katherine Govier, Random Descent
  • Betty Lambert, Crossings
1981W.D. Valgardson, Gentle Sinners[4]
  • Martyn Burke, Laughing War
  • Susan Musgrave, The Charcoal Burners
  • Graham Petrie, Seahorse
  • Leon Rooke, Fat Woman
1982Joy Kogawa, Obasan[1]
  • Jim Christy, Streethearts
  • George Jonas, Final Decree
  • Edward O. Phillips, Sunday's Child
  • Gary Ross, Always Tip the Dealer
1983W.P. Kinsella, Shoeless Joe[5]
  • Lorris Elliott, Coming for to Carry
  • Nessa Rapoport, Preparing for Sabbath
  • Geraldine Rahmani, Blue
  • Ann Rosenberg, The Bee Book
1984Heather Robertson, Willie: A Romance[4]
  • Robert G. Collins, Tolerable Levels of Violence
  • Susan Swan, The Biggest Modern Woman in the World
  • George Szanto, Not Working
  • Wayne Tefs, Figures on a Wharf
1985Geoffrey Ursell, Perdue, or How the West Was Lost[6]
  • Sharon Butala, Country of the Heart
  • Douglas Glover, Precious
  • John Gray, Dazzled
  • Sara Stambaugh, I Hear the Reaper's Song
  • Armin Wiebe, The Salvation of Yasch Siemens
1986Wayne Johnston, The Story of Bobby O'Malley[7]
  • Susan Charlotte Haley, A Nest of Singing Birds
  • Ann Ireland, A Certain Mr. Takahashi
  • Frank Jones, Master and Maid
  • Robert Walshe, Wales' Work
1987Karen Lawrence, The Life of Helen Alone[8]
  • Jo Anne Williams Bennett, Downfall People
  • Marc Diamond, Momentum
  • David Gilmour, Back on Tuesday
  • Paulette Jiles, The Late Great Human Road Show
1988Marion Quednau, The Butterfly Chair[9]
  • D.F. Bailey, Fire Eyes
  • W.D. Barcus, Squatters' Island
  • Pauline Holdstock, The Blackbird's Song
  • Seán Virgo, Selakhi
1989Rick Salutin, A Man of Little Faith[10]
  • Neil Bissoondath, A Casual Brutality
  • Joan Clark, The Victory of Geraldine Gull
  • David Homel, Electrical Storms
  • Janice Kulyk Keefer, Constellations
  • Helen Fogwill Porter, January, February, June or July
1990Sandra Birdsell, The Missing Child[11]
  • Marilyn Bowering, To All Appearances a Lady
  • Barry Callaghan, The Way the Angel Spread Her Wings
  • Jacqueline Dumas, Madeleine and the Angel
  • Kristjana Gunnars, The Prowler
  • Kenneth Radu, Distant Relations
1991Nino Ricci, Lives of the Saints[12]
  • Gail Bowen, Deadly Appearances
  • Rita Donovan, The Dark Jewels
  • Glen Huser, Grace Lake
  • Margot Livesey, Homework
  • Carsten Stroud, Sniper's Moon
1992Rohinton Mistry, Such a Long Journey[13]
  • Douglas Coupland, Generation X: Tales for an Accelerated Culture
  • Ekbert Faas, Woyzeck's Head
  • Michael Kenyon, Kleinberg
  • Alberto Manguel, News From a Foreign Country Came
1993John Steffler, The Afterlife of George Cartwright[14]
  • Douglas Anthony Cooper, Amnesia
  • Carole Corbeil, Voice-Over
  • Kenneth J. Harvey, Brud
  • Greg Hollingshead, Spin Dry
1994Deborah Joy Corey, Losing Eddie[15]
  • Catherine Bush, Minus Time
  • Don Dickinson, The Crew
  • Douglas How, Blow Up the Trumpet in the New Moon
  • Carol Malyon, If I Knew I'd Tell You
1995Shyam Selvadurai, Funny Boy[16]
  • Charles Foran, Kitchen Music
  • Diane Schoemperlen, In the Language of Love
  • Russell Smith, How Insensitive
  • Cordelia Strube, Alex & Zee
1996Keath Fraser, Popular Anatomy[17]
  • Diana Atkinson, Highways and Dancehalls
  • Wayson Choy, The Jade Peony
  • Larissa Lai, When Fox Is a Thousand
  • Yan Li, Daughters of the Red Land
1997Anne Michaels, Fugitive Pieces[18]
  • Gail Anderson-Dargatz, The Cure for Death by Lightning
  • Ann-Marie MacDonald, Fall on Your Knees
  • Yann Martel, Self
  • Shani Mootoo, Cereus Blooms at Night
1998Margaret Gibson, Opium Dreams[19]
  • Kim Echlin, Elephant Winter
  • Allan Levine, The Blood Libel
  • Rabindranath Maharaj, Homer in Flight
  • Tim Wynveen, Angel Falls
1999André Alexis, Childhood[20]
  • Loranne Brown, The Handless Maiden
  • Tomson Highway, Kiss of the Fur Queen
  • Terry Jordan, Beneath That Starry Place
  • Kerri Sakamoto, The Electrical Field
2000David Macfarlane, Summer Gone[21]
Alan R. Wilson, Before the Flood[21]
  • Alistair MacLeod, No Great Mischief
  • Donna Morrissey, Kit's Law
  • Jim Munroe, Flyboy Action Figure Comes with Gasmask
  • Catherine Simmons-Niven, A Fine Daughter
2001Eva Stachniak, Necessary Lies[22]
  • Steven Galloway, Finnie Walsh
  • Scott Gardiner, The Dominion of Wyley McFadden
  • Susan Juby, Alice, I Think
  • Lydia Kwa, This Place Called Absence
2002Michael Redhill, Martin Sloane[23]
  • Dennis Bock, The Ash Garden
  • Michael Crummey, River Thieves
  • Marina Endicott, Open Arms
  • Linda Little, Strong Hollow
  • Elizabeth Ruth, Ten Good Seconds of Silence
2003Mary Lawson, Crow Lake[24]
  • Christy Ann Conlin, Heave
  • Aislinn Hunter, Stay
  • Clint Hutzulak, The Beautiful Dead End
  • Michael V. Smith, Cumberland
  • Marnie Woodrow, Spelling Mississippi
2004Michel Basilières, Black Bird[25]
  • Clayton Bailey, The Expedition
  • John Bemrose, The Island Walkers
  • Lisa Grekul, Kalyna's Song
  • Bettina von Kampen, Blue Becomes You
  • Edeet Ravel, Ten Thousand Lovers
2005Colin McAdam, Some Great Thing[26]
  • David Elias, Sunday Afternoon
  • Ibi Kaslik, Skinny
  • Arthur Motyer, What's Remembered
  • Catherine Safer, Bishop's Road
2006Joseph Boyden, Three Day Road[27]
  • Howard Akler, The City Man
  • Brenda Brooks, Gotta Find Me an Angel
  • Anne Giardini, The Sad Truth About Happiness
  • Kathryn Kuitenbrouwer, The Nettle Spinner
  • B. Glen Rotchin, The Rent Collector
2007Madeleine Thien, Certainty[28]
  • Peter Behrens, The Law of Dreams
  • John Degen, The Uninvited Guest
  • Annette Lapointe, Stolen
  • Heather O'Neill, Lullabies for Little Criminals
  • Adam Lewis Schroeder, Empress of Asia
2008Gil Adamson, The Outlander[29]
  • David Chariandy, Soucouyant
  • Kyo Maclear, The Letter Opener
  • C.S. Richardson, The End of the Alphabet
  • Brian Tucker, Big White Knuckles
  • Andrew Wedderburn, The Milk Chicken Bomb
2009Joan Thomas, Reading by Lightning[30]
  • Michael Blouin, Chase & Haven
  • Claudia Dey, Stunt
  • Patrick Lane, Red Dog, Red Dog
  • Mary Swan, The Boys in the Trees
2010Jessica Grant, Come, Thou Tortoise[31]
  • Diana Fitzgerald Bryden, No Place Strange
  • Annabel Lyon, The Golden Mean
  • Damian Tarnopolsky, Goya's Dog
  • Dragan Todorović, Diary of Interrupted Days
  • Ian Weir, Daniel O'Thunder
2011Eleanor Catton, The Rehearsal[1]
  • Shaughnessy Bishop-Stall, Ghosted
  • Miguel Syjuco, Ilustrado
  • Kathleen Winter, Annabel
  • Dianne Warren, Cool Water
2012David Bezmozgis, The Free World[32]
  • Fraser Nixon, The Man Who Killed
  • Sina Queyras, Autobiography of Childhood
  • Olive Senior, Dancing Lessons
  • Alexi Zentner, Touch
2013Anakana Schofield, Malarky[1]
  • Marjorie Celona, Y
  • Scott Fotheringham, The Rest Is Silence
  • Pasha Malla, People Park
  • Kim Thúy, Ru
2014Wayne Grady, Emancipation Day[33]
  • Kenneth Bonert, The Lion Seeker
  • Krista Bridge, The Eliot Girls
  • Susan Downe, Juanita Wildrose: My True Life
  • D. W. Wilson, Ballistics
2015Alix Hawley, All True Not a Lie in It[34]
  • Emma Hooper, Etta and Otto and Russell and James
  • Sean Michaels, Us Conductors
  • Guillaume Morissette, New Tab
  • Chelsea Rooney, Pedal
2016Mona Awad, 13 Ways of Looking at a Fat Girl[35]
  • Karim Alrawi, Book of Sands
  • Aaron Cully Drake, Do You Think This Is Strange?
  • W. Mark Giles, Seep
  • Judith McCormack, Backspring
  • Elizabeth Philips, The Afterlife of Birds
2017Katherena Vermette, The Break[36]
  • Catherine Cooper, White Elephant
  • Kaie Kellough, Accordéon
  • Rebecca Rosenblum, So Much Love
  • Yasuko Thanh, Mysterious Fragrance of the Yellow Mountains
2018Michael Kaan, The Water Beetles[37]
  • Sharon Bala, The Boat People
  • David Demchuk, The Bone Mother
  • Omar El Akkad, American War
  • Rachel Manley, The Black Peacock
  • Alison Watt, Dazzle Patterns
2019Casey Plett, Little Fish[38]
  • Liz Harmer, The Amateurs
  • Tyler Hellard, Searching for Terry Punchout
  • Tanya Tagaq, Split Tooth
  • Joshua Whitehead, Jonny Appleseed
  • Ian Williams, Reproduction
2020Stéphane Larue, The Dishwasher[39]
  • Nancy Jo Cullen, The Western Alienation Merit Badge
  • James Gregor, Going Dutch
  • Victoria Hetherington, Mooncalves
  • Nazanine Hozar, Aria
  • Andrew David MacDonald, When We Were Vikings
2020Michelle Good, Five Little Indians[40]
  • Francesca Ekwuyasi, Butter Honey Pig Bread
  • Marlowe Granados, Happy Hour
  • Sheung-King, You Are Eating an Orange. You Are Naked.
  • Jael Richardson, Gutter Child
  • John Elizabeth Stintzi, Vanishing Monuments

References[edit]

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  1. ^ abcdefghi'First Novel Award helps write authors' careers: All awards are crapshoots, but for a prize that recognizes writers with little or no track record, a surprising number become successful'. The Globe and Mail, May 21, 2016.
  2. ^ ab'New corporate outlook on helping writers: more cash, fewer strings'. The Globe and Mail, June 7, 1977.
  3. ^'And the winner is...' The Globe and Mail, April 1, 1978.
  4. ^ abc'First-novel-award prize is increased to $5,000'. The Globe and Mail, January 20, 1988.
  5. ^'The timeless metaphors of baseball'. The Globe and Mail, November 17, 1984.
  6. ^'Writer from Regina wins book award'. The Globe and Mail, March 29, 1985.
  7. ^'Lives in isolation'. The Globe and Mail, January 9, 1988.
  8. ^'Lawrence captures $3,000 literary prize'. The Globe and Mail, April 3, 1987.
  9. ^'BC woman (Quednau) wins first-novel award'. Winnipeg Free Press, April 3, 1998.
  10. ^'Salutin wins $5,000 prize'. Toronto Star, March 30, 1989.
  11. ^'Winnipeg author wins first-novel prize'. Ottawa Citizen, March 30, 1990.
  12. ^'Ricci novel wins second big prize'. Calgary Herald, March 26, 1991.
  13. ^'Mistry novel earns Smith award'. Halifax Daily News, March 27, 1992.
  14. ^'Story from 'fascinating' journal wins Steffler first novel award'. Halifax Daily News, March 27, 1993.
  15. ^'New Brunswicker wins book award'. Calgary Herald, March 25, 1994.
  16. ^'Funny Boy author wins $5,000 SmithBooks prize'. Toronto Star, March 22, 1995.
  17. ^'Fraser wins First Novel prize'. Toronto Star, April 26, 1996.
  18. ^'Anne Michaels wins $5,000 first novel prize'. Edmonton Journal, May 29, 1997.
  19. ^'Opium Dreams wins award'. Ottawa Citizen, April 25, 1998.
  20. ^'Andre Alexis wins first novel award'. Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, April 30, 1999.
  21. ^ ab'Macfarlane, Wilson share award for first novel'. The Globe and Mail, October 13, 2000.
  22. ^'Necessary Lies wins first-novel award'. The Globe and Mail, September 26, 2001.
  23. ^'Michael Redhill picks up first-novel honours'. Edmonton Journal, October 2, 2002.
  24. ^'Mary Lawson wins first novel award for Crow Lake'. National Post, October 9, 2003.
  25. ^'Basilieres wins first novel award'. The Telegram, October 17, 2004.
  26. ^'Montreal's Colin McAdam wins First Novel Award'. The Globe and Mail, October 7, 2005.
  27. ^'Joseph Boyden wins Amazon first-novel award'. The Globe and Mail, October 12, 2006.
  28. ^'Quebec City's Thien wins First Novel Award'. Montreal Gazette, October 9, 2007.
  29. ^'Adamson wins First Novel Award'. Telegraph-Journal, October 2, 2008.
  30. ^'Thomas wins Amazon First Novel Award'. The Globe and Mail, September 25, 2009.
  31. ^'Jessica Grant takes first-novel honour'. The Globe and Mail, May 1, 2010.
  32. ^'Toronto writer wins first-novel prize'. Victoria Times-Colonist, April 29, 2012.
  33. ^'Seasoned author's debut novel a winner'. Winnipeg Free Press, May 10, 2014.
  34. ^'Alix Hawley's All True Not A Lie In It wins Amazon.ca First Novel Award'. The Globe and Mail. May 21, 2015. Retrieved 21 May 2015.
  35. ^'Mona Awad wins Amazon.ca First Novel Award'. CBC Books, May 26, 2016.
  36. ^'Katherena Vermette wins Amazon.ca First Novel Award'. The Globe and Mail May 25, 2017.
  37. ^'Michael Kaan wins Amazon Canada First Novel Award for The Water Beetles'. The Globe and Mail, May 22, 2018.
  38. ^'Casey Plett wins $60,000 Amazon first novel prize'. Toronto Star, May 22, 2019.
  39. ^'Stéphane Larue wins $60K Amazon First Novel Award for The Dishwasher'. CBC Books, June 25, 2020.
  40. ^Vicky Qiao, 'Five Little Indians by Michelle Good wins $60K Amazon First Novel Award'. CBC Books, May 28, 2021.

External links[edit]

  • First Novel Award at Amazon.ca

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