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Select Your Shortlist!


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The Scotiabank Giller Prize longlist has been released and the jury is debating which five books should advance to the shortlist. But CBC Books wants to know from you which books would be on your shortlist. Let us know your top five picks and you could win some fantastic prizes!

How to participate:

Check out this year's longlist and tell us which five books should be included in the Scotiabank Giller Prize shortlist and your reasons why. If you post your complete answer in the comments section below by Sept. 30, you'll have a chance to win great prizes. We're having:

  • A weekly draw for a Kobo eReader, courtesy of Kobo, along with a $50 gift card to Chapters Indigo, courtesy of Scotiabank
  • A weekly draw for a set of the longlisted books
  • A grand prize draw for a $1,000 gift certificate to Chapters Indigo so you can build your dream home library courtesy of Scotiabank!
So Select Your Shortlist for a chance to win!

The 2011 Scotiabank Giller Prize longlist

The Antagonist by Lynn Coady
The Beggar's Garden by Michael Christie
Better Living Through Plastic Explosives by Zsuzsi Gartner
The Cat's Table by Michael Ondaatje
Extensions by Myrna Dey*
The Free World by David Bezmozgis
A Good Man by Guy Vanderhaeghe
Half-Blood Blues by Esi Edugyan
Into the Heart of the Country by Pauline Holdstock
The Little Shadows by Marina Endicott
The Meagre Tarmac by Clark Blaise
Monoceros by Suzette Mayr
The Return by Dany Laferrière
The Sisters Brothers by Patrick DeWitt
Solitaria by Genni Gunn
Touch by Alexi Zentner
A World Elsewhere by Wayne Johnston

*Throughout the month of August, CBC Books ran a contest for members of the public to nominate an eligible book for the Scotiabank Giller Prize longlist. At the conclusion of the contest, Myrna Dey's Extensions received the most nominations. To learn more about the Readers' Choice, click here.

For the Select Your Shortlist rules and regulations, click here.

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