Wednesday, November 25, 2009
2009 Rogers Writers Trust Fiction Prize
"Annabel Lyon's Aristotle is the most fully-realized historical character in contemporary fiction. The Golden Mean engenders in the reader the same helpless sensitivity to the ferocious beauty of the world that is Aristotle’s disease. In this alarmingly confident and transporting debut novel, Lyon offers us that rarest of treats: a book about philosophy, about the power of ideas, that chortles and sings like an earthy romance."
Citation from the 2009 Rogers Writers’ Trust Fiction Prize Jury:
Marina Endicott, Miriam Toews and R.M. Vaughan
The Golden Mean wins the Rogers Writers Trust Fiction Prize! For more details on all the winners and nominees, please click here.
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Congratulations, Annabel! I've been rooting for you all along during this very exciting season of award nominations.
(We met a few years ago at Banff during the Wired Writing studio.)
Congratulations!!!! I loved the book, LOVED it, and you are ever so deserving of this win. Enjoy.
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