What's your top pick for our 2016 winter book list?
While some are wondering when winter's really going to start, Checkup will not be taken by surprise. It's time to stock up on books for the cold, dark months. We want to hear from you! What's your top pick for our annual winter book list?
More from the episode:
- The full 2016 Checkup winter book list
- GUESTS: Canadian authors Pasha Malla and André Alexis share their poetry recommendations
- CALLER: Yukoner finds parallels between her contemporary cabin life and 'Wolf Winter' book set in 18th century
On this week's program, we heard what books Canadians have enjoyed and are looking forward to for the rest of the season. Not only for the on-air program, but also forCheckup's annual list of good winter reading.
We heard from a lot of genres... fiction, non-fiction, memoir, poetry and the only rule was that the book had to be available either in print or as an ebook.
Our question this week: What's your recommendation for Checkup's annual winter book list?
Winner of the 2015 Scotiabank Giller Prize and the Rogers Writers' Trust Fiction Prize.
His book Withdrawal Method, was longlisted for the Giller Prize, shortlisted for The Commonwealth Writers' Prize and was the winner of the 2009 Trillium Book Award.
Winner of the 1999 Bronwen Wallace Memorial Award. Her novels Mercy and Effigy were short-listed for the Scotiabank Giller Prize.
Other Book Links
- Giller Prize
- Governor General's Literary Awards
- The National Post Books
- Globe and Mail Books
- Quill & Quire
- 49th Shelf
- Literary Review of Canada
- The Guardian: Books
- The New York Times: Books
- The New Republic: Books
- The New York Review of Books
- The London Review of Books
- The Guardian: Top 100 books of all time
- Random House Modern Library Top 100
- Random House Modern Library 100 Best non-fiction
- Random House Modern Library 100 Best novels
- TeachersFirst.com 100 best books for children