To write is to win but it’s good to see people’s work being recognised.
From CNW – Catholic Teachers Recognize Excellent Young Authors
Fifty-three students across the province, from Junior Kindergarten through Grade 12, have been recognized by the Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association (OECTA) for excellence in writing. The Young Authors Awards/Prix jeunes écrivains acknowledge English and French writing in categories ranging from poetry and short stories to plays and non-fiction.
“The winning submissions in the Young Authors/jeunes écrivains awards are among some of the best youth writing I’ve seen,” says Ann Hawkins, President of OECTA. “I am always inspired by the students’ demonstration of their love of language, their imagination, their creativity and insight. I’m also aware of the knowledge and support from our teachers that contribute to the finished product.”
From PR*Urgent: Pauline Books & Media Titles Recognised by Association of Catholic Publishers
Two titles by Pauline Books & Media have been selected by the Association of Catholic Publishers for the 2016 Excellence in Publishing Awards, the Boston-based publisher announced today.
Oscar Romero: Prophet of Hope (Roberto Morozzo della Rocca) was recognized in the biography category, while Everybody Has a Body (Monica Ashour) won an award in the children’s category.
The goal of the awards is to recognize the best in Catholic publishing…
Well done one and all!