5 edition of Canadian Book Review Annual, 1990 found in the catalog.
Canadian Book Review Annual, 1990
by Simon & Pierre Pub Co Ltd
Written in English
Canadian Book Review Annual
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This comes across as not excluding books by category of books but by categorizing authors. I can understand limiting eligibility to non-genre awards. If that was the intent this should be made explicit. I note Cormac McCarthy is best known for his genre books including the 2 I noticed on this list.
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