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The West Coast Book Prize Society is thrilled to announce the finalists for the 2016 BC Book Prizes.Congratulations to the authors, illustrators, and publishers!The winner of the 2016 Lieutenant Governor's Award for Literary Excellence was announced on March 23. Alix Hawley presents Boone’s life, from his childhood in a Quaker colony, through two stints captured by Indians as he attempted to settle Kentucky, the death of one son at the hands of the same Indians, and the rescue of one daughter.

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Hawley takes us intimately into the life-and-death survival of people pushing away from security and into Indian lands, despite sense and treaties, just before and into the War of Independence.

Alix Hawley won the 2014 Canada Writes Bloodlines competition and was runner-up for the CBC Literary Award for short stories in 20.

More Payvand, an Iranian refugee and activist, still plagued with nightmares, meets Ragusa, a Yugoslavian refugee who is prepared to end her life, a life that has become intolerable since the loss of those most dear to her.

Payvand listens to Ragusa’s story and Ragusa promises to postpone her suicide at least until she hears Payvand’s story in turn.

In a novel that strives to raise awareness about the extent to which elites manipulate nations into wars, with total disregard for the lives of millions like Payvand and Ragusa, it is the warmth of personal relationships and friendships forged that are key to healing. Martin John is a darkly comic novel circuiting through the mind, motivations, and preoccupations of a character many women have experienced but few have understood quite so well.

Nasreen Pejvack was born in Tehran, Iran where, pre-revolution, she worked as a writer and poet for an activist underground publication. More A feral girl roams the dense forests of nineteenth-century France, stealing food and avoiding human contact. Anakana Schofield won the First Novel Award and the Debut-Litzer Prize for Fiction in 2013 for her debut novel Malarky.

Seen on one of her thieving missions, she is chased by suspicious townspeople to the edge of a deep gorge, where she jumps and disappears, vanishing into village legend. More The stories in Specimen are a unique exploration of science and the human heart.

On the other side of the gorge, on an abandoned estate, Peyre Rouff lives out his self-imposed exile. In “Mamochka,” which was nominated for the 2012 Journey Prize, an archivist at the Institute for Physics in Minsk, must come to terms with her daughter’s marriage to a Chinese man in Vancouver.

But when the wild girl breaches the careful world he has constructed, he is forced to confront not only his choices and their consequences, but society itself. In “Side Effects,” a woman’s personality is altered, and not necessarily for the better, by botox injections.

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