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Just Let Me Look at You: On Fatherhood, by Bill Gaston, appear by Hamish Hamilton/Penguin Canada

Bill Gaston sets out on a aloof adventure eighty afar beyond the Salish Sea in a baiter he describes as “a allotment of junk.” He’s branch aback to the apricot abode area he spent time as a adolescent active aboard a baiter with his father, acquirements to angle and acquirements to be alert of the fluctuations in his father’s moods back he drank. This is a quiet, attentive and tender-hearted analysis of adolescence abrasion and its bequest beyond generations.

Jan in 35 Pieces: A Account in Music, by Ian Hampton, appear by Porcupine’s Quill

Cellist Ian Hampson has created a agreeable absorption on the apple of music and classical composers and musicians in the seven decades back Apple War II. Beautifully written, the book is structured about thirty-five pieces of memorable music. In active strokes, Hampson introduces us to the abundant conductors, performers and composers he encountered as a artist in England, California and finally, the west bank of Canada. Forth the way, he introduces us to some of the finest music the apple has produced. By turns cogitating and humorous, this beautifully paced book chronicles the trials and triumphs of a activity adherent to music and authentic by the bodies he formed with and loved.

Lands of Lost Borders: Out of Bounds on the Silk Road, by Kate Harris, appear by Knopf Canada.

From her angle point of a apprentice of the history of science, charlatan and adventurer, Kate Harris presents a attenuate and different eyes of world, and explores the attributes of boundaries. Unable to apprehend her adolescence dream of travelling to Mars, she decides to trace Marco Polo’s Silk Road by bicycle. Active descriptions of the places and bodies she meets affect abysmal and all-embracing reflections on the attributes of the world, wilderness, and the attempt of bodies to ascertain and absolute them. This is a book that changes how one thinks about the apple and the animal coercion to ascertain it.

All Things Consoled: A Daughter’s Memoir, by Elizabeth Hay, appear by McClelland & Stewart

In this ablaze and honest memoir, Elizabeth Hay traces the final abatement of her parents — her father, a appreciative and aggressive academy abecedary bedevilled of a alarming atmosphere and moods of melancholy, and her mother, who kept the ancestors accord and accommodated herself to activity through painting. As she cares for her parents in their final days, Elizabeth — the difficult babe — describes the accuracy of who they are and what they did. Tender, amusing and atrociously honest, the book tears accessible the blind of aggregate clandestineness to bald the dynamics of a ancestors — the fears, affinity rivalries, joys, disappointments and grievances that accept lain bearding through the decades.

Mamaskatch: A Cree Coming of Age, by Darrel McLeod, appear by Douglas & MacIntyre.

A torturously-beautiful account of growing up in a apple of abandon and ancestors trauma. McLeod’s autograph is agreeable and offers a able assay of abreast issues, from animal self-identification to the scars of residential academy to the abreast chase for reconciliation. “Mamaskatch” agency “shared dream” in Cree, and while there are certain nightmares forth the journey, there are additionally dreams of hope, at times of admirable adorableness and renewed pride.

Noreen Taylor, architect of the Prize and armchair of the Charles Taylor Foundation, batten at the accident and fabricated these comments: “One of the abounding joys of my “job” is actuality brought into the orbit, on the folio and in person, of the abounding alarming storytellers and truthsayers of our country. The searches that they call — for truth, for adaptation of all sorts, and for beauty, in people, art, attributes — accord us abeyance to accede the apple and the bodies about us, and accord us hope”.

Also in appearance was Vijay Parmar, admiral of RBC PH&N Investment Counsel, who added: “Congratulations to anniversary of the authors who accept been shortlisted for this year’s RBC Taylor Prize. This account reflects the best of Canadian book writers and celebrates their achievements. RBC Wealth Management is appreciative to sponsor the Prize as it helps put our country’s characteristic articulation on the all-around arcane date by animated a spotlight on our accomplished writers from coast-to-coast.”

Public events already accepted for the finalists accommodate a chargeless 90-minute Round Table Discussion with the shortlisted authors in the Brigantine Room at Harbourfront, hosted by Toronto Star Books Editor, Deborah Dundas, on Thursday February 28, 2018 at 7pm presented by the Toronto International Festival of Authors; and the Ben McNally Authors Brunch on Sunday March 3rd, at the Omni King Edward Hotel in city Toronto (for tickets, amuse acquaintance Ben McNally Books at 416 361-0032 or appointment Media RBC Taylor Prize winner will be appear at a bright bologna on Monday March 4th, 2018. The Prize bologna will already afresh be captivated at the Omni King Edward Hotel in city Toronto.

About The RBC Taylor Prize

Established in 1998 by the advisers of the Charles Taylor Foundation and aboriginal awarded in 2000, 2019 marks the eighteenth application of the RBC Taylor Prize, which commemorates Charles Taylor’s following of arete in the acreage of arcane non-fiction. Awarded to the columnist whose book best combines a superb command of the English language, an breeding of style, and a subtlety of anticipation and perception, the Prize consists of $5,000 for anniversary of the finalists, and a added $25,000 for the winner. All authors are presented with a custom covering apprenticed adaptation of their shortlisted book at the awards ceremony. All finalists accept promotional abutment for their nominated titles.

Sharing a commitment to arising Canadian talent, The Charles Taylor Foundation and RBC will additionally admission the sixth anniversary RBC Taylor Prize Arising Writers Award. Shortly afterwards the advertisement of the 2019 Prize, its champ will name their best of arising columnist to accept this $10,000 award.

Continuing that charge to arising Canadian talent, we will afresh present the RBC Taylor Prize Emergent Columnist Mentorship Program, of nationally called book writers from several of the abounding celebrated autograph programs in Canada. The bristles called Emergent writers will be commutual with a shortlisted columnist and will biking to Toronto for able development and mentorship.

The trustees of the Charles Taylor Foundation are: Vijay Parmar, David Staines, Edward Taylor, Nadina Taylor, and Noreen Taylor. The Prize Manager is Sheila Kay.

The presenting sponsor of the RBC Taylor Prize is RBC Wealth Management. Its media sponsors are The Globe and Mail, Cision, Quill & Quire magazine; its in-kind sponsors are Ben McNally Books, Accident Source, TIFA, and the Omni King Edward Hotel. Accessible Book is a Friend of the Prize.

To download high-resolution images of the shortlisted authors and their book covers amuse go to:
www.rbctaylorprize.ca/2019/rbctp_2019_finalist_covers_and_authors.zip

To download high-resolution images of the advisers and the board amuse go to:
www.rbctaylorprize.ca/2019/2019_trustees_and_jury.zip

For accepted information about the Prize amuse go to: www.rbctaylorprize.ca.
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