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Writers

Brian Brennan - award winner 2004
www.brian-brennan.com

Marcello Di Cintio - award winner 2005 and 2009
harmattan@telus.net

Gordon Laird - award winner 2006
glaird@telus.net

John Vigna - award winner 2007
john@johnvignaink.ca

Deborah Campbell - award winner 2008
www.deborahcampbell.ca

Chris Cannon - magazine award winner 2011
www.cannonwriter.com

Jennifer Cockrall King - book award winner 2011
www.foodgirl.ca

Chris Turner - magazine award winner 2012
www.thegeographyofhope.com

Paul Webster - magazine award winner 2013
www.paulcwebster.com

Chris Benjamin - book award winner 2013
www.chrisbenjaminwriting.com

Publishers

Fifth House Ltd.
www.fitzhenry.ca/about_fifthHouse.aspx
Brian Brennan 2004 - "Romancing the Rockies"

Knopf Publishing
www.randomhouse.com/knopf/home.html
Marcello DiCintio 2005 - "Poets and Palavans: Travels in Iran"

McLelland & Stewart Ltd
www.mcclelland.com
Gordon Laird 2006 - "The Quest for Cheap and the Death of Globalization"

Grain Magazine
www.grainmagazine.ca
John Vigna 2007 - "The ballad of Big and Small"

Harper's Magazine
www.harpers.org
Deborah Campbell 2008 - "Exodus: Where will Iraq Go Next"

Geist Magazine
www.geist.com
Marcello DiCintio 2009 - "Wall of Shame"

Vancouver Magazine
www.vanmag.com
Chris Cannon 2011 - "The Deserter"
Paul Webster 2013 - "Adverse Reactions"

Prometheus Books
www.prometheusbooks.com
Jennifer Cockrall-King 2011 - "Food and the City: Urban Agriculture and the New Food Revolution"

The Walrus
www.thewalrus.ca
Chris Turner 2012 - "On Tipping in Cuba"

Nimbus Publishing
www.nimbus.ca
Chris Benjamin 2013 - "The Shubenacadie Indian Residential School"

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Professional Organizations

Writer's Guild of Alberta
www.writersguild.ab.ca

Alberta Magazine Publishers Association
www.albertamagazines.com

Book Publishers Association of Alberta
www.bookpublishers.com

Periodical Writers Association of Canada
www.pwac.ca/blog

Alexandra Writers Group
www.alexandrawriters.org

Canadian Booksellers Association
www.cbabook.org

The Writer's Union of Canada
www.writersunion.ca

The Canadian Writers Foundation
www.canadianwritersfoundation.org

The Canadian Centre for Investigative Reporting
www.canadiancentreinvestigates.org

Bookstores

Owl's Nest Book Store
www.owlsnestbooks.com

McNally Robinson Booksellers
www.mcnallyrobinson.com

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Supporters and Volunteers

Jewish Free Press
jewishfp@telus.net

The Word on the Street Book and Magazine Fair
www.thewordonthestreet.ca

Calgary Distinguished Writers Program
ucalgary.ca/cdwp/

University of Calgary Alumni
www.ucalgary.ca/alumni

Brittania Wine Merchants
www.britanniawinemerchants.com

Forward News and Entertainment Weekly
www.ffwdweekly.com

Harmony Foundation
www.harmonyfdn.ca

Sunterra Market
www.sunterramarket.com

Boxer Productions Digital Audio
Peter D'Amico
boxer1@telus.net

Jerry Spevakow
Jerry.spevakow@milliken.com

Steve Goldsworthy
Screenwriter
steve.goldsworthy@shaw.ca

Calgary Jewish Foundation
www.jewishcalgary.org

Jason Hammond
http://blog.jason.hammond.net

Devour Catering
www.devourcatering.com
devour@devourcatering.com

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