Nominations Sought for 2013 WIN Literary Awards

Writers International Network Canada Society is calling for nominations for its Second Annual 2013 Literary Awards.

The WIN Literary Awards were established in 2012 to recognize individuals and organizations that demonstrate a commitment to creative writing, visual and performing arts. These awards are a unique opportunity to recognize writers and artists who have demonstrated a significant and sustained comitment by creating and promoting Canadian literature and art.

There are two categories of awards
Canada’s Best
Dr. Asha Bhargava Memorial Awards

You can self nominate or nominate someone you think is a deserving candidate for the following categories:
1. The People’s Laureate Award
Is given to an individual who has helped organize and coordinate literary events on ongoing basis or special events over a time period and helped in providing opportunities to writers whether they are new or established.
2. Published writers
3. Unpublished writers
4. Established or emerging artists, performers or dancers
5. Distinguished Citizen Award

Is given to individual who has volunteered time in promoting arts and literature, and has raised funds for writers and artists.

For more information contact Ashok Bhargava
Or send an email at:


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