Category Archives: All Things Consoled

RBC Taylor Prize

All Things Consoled: a daughter’s memoir was a finalist for the 2019 RBC Taylor Prize for Nonfiction. Here’s the jury citation by the three jurors, Camilla Gibb, Roy MacGregor, and Beverley McLachlin: IN THIS BRILLIANT AND HONEST MEMOIR, Elizabeth Hay traces the … Continue reading

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Maclean’s Interview

I very much enjoyed talking to Brian Bethune of Maclean’s magazine about my memoir All Things Consoled. This link will take you there. I should probably correct two small details. My parents were 89, not 88, when my mother’s health … Continue reading

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2018 Hilary Weston Writers’ Trust Prize for Nonfiction

All Things Consoled: a daughter’s memoir has won the 2018 Hilary Weston Writer’s Trust Prize for Nonfiction. On November 7th, in the Glenn Gould Studio in Toronto, seven literary awards were handed out by the Writers’ Trust, this one among them. … Continue reading

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