Arrol Award for Non-Fiction1986-200?
Named in memory of Ed Arrol, a long time member of the Calgary Writers Association, the award was administered by the Association. It was variously presented: to a new writer, for poetry, and, since 1996, for non-fiction. There was a cash prize. [Editors' note: the Calgary Writers Association ceased to exist in 2002.]
Calgary Writers Association
Genre/Genre: Body of Work / Oeuvre de toute une vie,Non-fiction/Non romanesque,Novel/Roman,Poetry / Poésie,Short Story/Nouvelle,
|Year/Année||Author/Auteur||Winning work/Oeuvre primée|
|1986||Karen Connelly||(most promising writer)||1987||Dave Duncan||?||1988||Bob Stallworthy||Filling in the Spaces||1989||Ken Adamson||?||1990||Kathryn Hartley||The Silent Sky (short story)||1991||Colin Remillard||We Keep Better||1992||Karen O'Byrne||Who Laughs Last||1993||A. R. (Tony) King||Doing Good Things: Prologue (opening of a novel)||1994||Louise Blank||Keepsakes||1995||Deborah Smith||Buzz Off (short story)||1996||Vivian Hansen||Flatline Across The Prairie||1997||Catherine Roney||Rushton Triangular Lodge||1998||Marguerite Norlander||Oslo Harbor||1999||Ruth Daly||How Much Is That Doggie in the ... Computer? (non-fiction)||2000||Susan McLure||Seven Cans of Pasta|