Agnes, Murderess wins $10,000 Vine Award

Congratulations to Sarah Leavitt, who won the Vine Award (Fiction) for Canadian Jewish literature for her graphic novel, Agnes, Murderess!

The jury said, “Sarah Leavitt delivers a most powerful story, artfully tying together the engaging voice of her protagonist with well-timed ellipses and magical drawings that are the hallmark of the successful graphic novel.”

The award was announced at an online ceremony on November 18, 2020.

Congratulations also to the other winners of the evening:

History: Matti Friedman, Spies of No Country (Signal, McClelland & Stewart)
Non-Fiction: Naomi K. Lewis, Tiny Lights for Travellers (University of Alberta Press)
Young Adult/Children’s Literature: Eric Walters and Kathy Kacer, Broken Strings (Penguin Random House Canada Young Readers)

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