Sep 17, 2019
By Andy Johnson
There is an all female lineup in the running for this year’s Hilary Weston prize for non-fiction.
The Writers Trust announced his morning that the finalists were selected from a field of 99 titles submitted by 55 publishers. Each of the finalists receive $5-thousand. The winner receives an additional $60-thousand.
Indigenous artist Tanya Talaga heads the list for “All Our Relations: Finding the Path Forward.”
Anna Mehler Papery is nominated for “Hello I Want to Die Please Fix Me: Depression in the First Person.”
Alicia Elliott’s “A Mind Spread Out on the Ground,” Ayelet Tsabari’s “The Art of Leaving: A Memoir” and Jennny Heijun Wills’ “Older Sister: Not Necessarily Related,” round out the list.
The winner will be announced November 5th.