June 05, 2018
Father’s Day is coming and Great Plains has you covered! Share the image above on your social media pages and tell us a story about what make your dad (or the father figure in your life) special. Four books will be given to four winners*, with two helping to keep your #WpgWhiteout memories alive!
*Winners addresses must be in Canada.
More Great Plans news here!
May 29, 2017
Congratulations to Katherine Koller and Natasha Deen, who have both made the Alberta Readers’ Choice Awards shortlist. Natasha Deen’s Gatekeeper is the second book in her Guardian series. Watch for the final book, Game’s End, this fall! Art Lessons by Katherine Koller is a crossover fiction title, appropriate for teenage audiences as well as adults. Art Lessons is a novel about art and growing up on the outside.
Voting opens in July!
September 30, 2013
Anne Mahon’s The Lucky Ones has been selected as the feature title in the On The Same Page initiative.
On The Same Page, a program sponsored by The Winnipeg Foundation and the Winnipeg Public Library, encourages all Manitobans to read and talk about the same book at the same time. Congratulations Anne!
We also send congratulations out to our own Méira Cook as well as Eva Wiseman, David Robertson and Scott B. Henderson whose books were also shortlisted.
June 24, 2013
Great Plains Publications and Enfield & Wizenty are delighted to announce that both Méira Cook’s The House on Sugarbush Road and Anne Mahon’s The Lucky Ones have been selected as part of the On The Same Page shortlist.
On The Same Page, a project supported by The Winnipeg Foundation and the Winnipeg Public Library, encourages all Manitobans to read, and talk about, the same book at the same time. Vote for your favourite here today and throughout the summer!
July 31, 2012
Our YA editor Anita Daher is announcing some fun contests and exciting giveaways from Great Plains Publications. Don’t forget to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter so you don’t miss out!
October 13, 2011
**While Enfield & Wizenty will continue to read manuscripts for the 2013 season, the Colophon prize for fiction has been suspended. At a time when the publishing industry as a whole keeps presenting new challenges, we simply need to control costs. Nonetheless we will continue with the regular publishing program, with normal small press advances.**
Enfield & Wizenty continues to accept submissions for its 2013 season. The deadline remains Dec. 1, 2012.