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Grise Fiord memoirist recognized with Governor General literary nomination

Larry Audlaluk's retelling of his family's forced relocation to Grise Fiord shortlisted in non-fiction category

Most writers, even the most seasoned, will never be considered for a Governor General’s Literary Award. For a first-time author, it’s even more rare. That’s why Larry Audlaluk, nominated for his memoir What I Remember, What I Know: The Life of a High Arctic Exile, is still letting the feeling sink in. Speaking from his...

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