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A Preview of The Toronto Book Award Nominees

Five very different books are on the shortlist for the Toronto Book Awards. Short stories, fiction, non-fiction and even a poetry title are all competing for the top prize. Kristina Thornley is the chair of the Awards jury. She spoke to Laura about having to make hard choices. Listen audio (runs 5:34)

The ceremony is open to the public, which is being held at the Bluma & Bram Appel Salon at Toronto Reference Library. It begins at 7 p.m..

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