The Thomas Raddall Atlantic Fiction Award was first presented in 1991. Established with an endowment by Thomas Head Raddall himself, and with ongoing support from the Raddall family, this award honours the work of fiction writers in the Atlantic region and, as the original benefactor envisioned, provides “the gift of time and peace of mind” so essential to the creation of new work.
PAST RECIPIENTS OF THE THOMAS RADDALL ATLANTIC FICTION AWARD
2014: William Kowalski, The Hundred Hearts.
2013: Russell Wangersky, Whirl Away.
2012: David Adams Richards, Incidents in the Life of Markus Paul.
2011: Kathleen Winter, Annabel.
2010: Shandi Mitchell, Under This Unbroken Sky.
2009: Douglas Arthur Brown, Quintet.
Key Porter Books.
2008: Don Hannah, Ragged Islands.
2007: Linda Little, Scotch River.
2006: Donna Morrissey, Sylvanus Now.
2005: Edward Riche, The Nine Planets. Viking Canada.
2004: Kenneth J. Harvey, The Town that Forgot How to Breathe. Raincoast Books.
2003: Donna Morrissey, Downhill Chance. Penguin Canada.
2002: Michael Crummey, River Thieves. Doubleday Canada.
2001: Carol Bruneau, Purple for Sky. Cormorant Books (Published in the United States as A Purple Thread for Sky by Carroll & Graff.).
2000: Alistair MacLeod, No Great Mischief. McClelland & Stewart.
1999: Wayne Johnston, The Colony of Unrequited Dreams. Knopf Canada.
1998: Shree Ghatage, Awake When All the World is Asleep. House of Anansi.
1997: Alfred Silver, Acadia. Ballantine Books.
1996: M. T. Dohaney, A Marriage of Masks. Ragweed Press.
1995: Bernice Morgan, Waiting for Time. Breakwater Books.
1994: David Adams Richards, For Those Who Hunt the Wounded Down. McClelland and Stewart.
1993: John Steffler, The Afterlife of George Cartwright. McClelland and Stewart.
1992: Herb Curtis, The Last Tasmanian. Goose Lane Editions.
1991: Wayne Johnston, The Divine Ryans. McClelland and Stewart.