We here at Hidden River Arts are thrilled to announce that IN PROGRESS by Catharine Leggett, which won our fifth annual Eludia Award, has launched.
Catharine’s short stories have appeared in the anthologies The Reading Place, Slow the Pace, Lose Yourself, The Empty Nest, Law & Disorder, Best New Writing 2014, as well as in the journals Room, Event, The New Quarterly, Canadian Author, and The Antigonish Review. Other stories have appeared online in paperbytes, Per Contra, and Margin: Exploring Modern Magical Realism, as well as on CBC Radio. The Eludia Award brings with it a $1,000 cash prize and publication on our Sowilo Press imprint. Shortly after winning our award, Catharine learned that her novel, The Way to Go Home, was accepted for publication with Urban Farmhouse Press. She lives in London, Ontario, Canada and taught creative writing in the continuing studies program for Western University. We are thrilled to welcome Catharine to the Eludia Award family of fantastic women writers.
To mark this birth, we’ll be catching up with our earlier winners and sharing their latest projects and creative adventures. Please follow our blog, where we will be announcing some events and some sales in order commemorate this book launch and to celebrate our other Eludia winners.
The Emigrant and Other Stories, our sixth Eludia Award winner, by Justine Dymond, is scheduled for publication in fall, 2019.
The Eludia Award is given yearly as a first-book award, for a book-length work of fiction (either a short story collection or a novel) by a woman writer, age 40 or above. It carries a cash award of $1,000 and publication by Sowilo Press, an imprint of Hidden River Publishing. The deadline for our current cycle of submissions has been extended to June 30, 2019.
In Progress is available at AbeBooks, Powell’s, Barnes and Noble, Amazon, and if you don’t find it at your local bookstore, it is easily available by order. If you prefer eBooks, our Kindle edition will be available shortly!