Member news: April 2011

Kudos to BC branch member Frank Chow, who copy edited The Aquaculture Controversy in Canada: Activism, Policy, and Contested Science by sociologists Nathan Young and Ralph Matthews. The book was recently awarded the 2011 K.D. Srivastava Prize for Excellence in Scholarly Publishing. The prize is given each year by the Publications Board of UBC Press to the author(s) of a work of outstanding scholarly quality published by the Press in the previous year.

A book indexed by Prairie Provinces branch member Judy Dunlop has been shortlisted for the Writers Guild of Alberta’s Wilfrid Eggleston Award for Nonfiction: Prodigal Daughter: A Journey to Byzantium by Myrna Kostash (University of Alberta Press). The awards will be announced on June 11 at a gala event in Calgary.

Adrienne Montgomerie, a member of the Kingston twig and an Editors Canada speaker, has been invited to speak at the Thousand Islands Writers’ Festival in Brockville, Ontario, on May 7 on “Finding a Good Editor—and Why You Need One.” Fellow Kingston twig member Sheelagh Frame will talk about editing in academia. The event is being organized by another Kingston twig member, Chris Stesky.

Congratulations to NCR branch member Suzanne Nussey, who was one of three winners of Event magazine’s 2010 Non-Fiction Contest. Her essay, “Sleep, Mother and Child,” is featured in the magazine’s most recent issue.

Prairie Provinces branch member Marguerite Watson has been shortlisted for the Writers Guild of Alberta’s 2011 Jon Whyte Memorial Essay Prize for her essay “Closer to the Bone.” Marguerite was also shortlisted for the WGA’s James H. Gray Award for Short Nonfiction in 2010 for an essay entitled “What Grows in the Soil.

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