Sunburst Award for Canadian Literature of the Fantastic
The Sunburst Award for Canadian Literature of the Fantastic is an annual award for excellence in a novel or a book-length collection.
The name of the award comes from the title of a book by Canadian novelist and poet Phyllis Gotlieb: Sunburst (1964).
The first award was given in 2001. The award consists of a cash prize and a medallion, with the winner selected by a jury.
The first winner was Sean Stewart for his novel Galveston.
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