Barbara’s new middle-grade novel, Dear Peter, Dear Ulla, will be released on September 30, with an in-person launch at McNally Robinson in Saskatoon on October 20.
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Dear Peter, Dear Ulla was a finalist for the 2022 Geoffrey Bilson Award for Historical Fiction for Young People.
Dear Peter, Dear Ulla was announced as the winner of the 2022 High Plains Book Award. Barbara received the award at Montana State University in Billings, Montana on October 8, 2022.
Dear Peter, Dear Ulla has been nominated for the 2023 Rocky Mountain Book Award (Alberta Young Readers Choice Award).
The Manitoba Young Readers Choice Awards (MYRCA) has nominated Dear Peter, Dear Ulla as a 2023 Northern Lights (Grades 7-9) finalist!
Dear Peter, Dear Ulla was a finalist for the BC and Yukon Book Prizes.
Essential Tremor reviewed in The Vancouver Sun. Read full review here.
Dear Peter, Dear Ulla is reviewed and “Highly Recommended” in CM (Canadian Review of Materials)! Read the full review here.
Barbara’s poem “Essential Tremor” is included in the anthology Best Canadian Poetry 2021, edited by Souvankham Thammavongsa, published by Biblioasis in October.
Barbara has been chosen as a featured poet on TransLink, BC Transit, and the Association of Book Publishers of BC’s Poetry in Transit 2021/22.
Rob Taylor interviews Barbara about Essential Tremor, part of a nine-part series of interviews for National Poetry Month, in Read Local BC. Check out the interview here.
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