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Toronto Star Dispatches shortlisted for Digital Book Awards

Two Toronto Star ebooks have been shortlisted for Digital Book Awards, which “celebrate innovation in apps and ebook publishing.”

Life after Life: The Story of Wayne Ford, Rehabilitated Teenage Murderer by Paul Hunter and That Polio Season: Lt.-Gov. David Onley and the Epidemic of 1953 by Jennifer Wells are both nominated in the flowable ebook category for adult non-fiction. Both were published via Star Dispatches, the newspaper’s weekly e-story subscription service.

The winners will be announced at the Digital Book World Conference & Expo, which takes place Jan. 14 in New York City.

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