IN THE LOOP
- National Book Awards Level the Playing Field for Small Publishers. // Book Publishing Report;10/20/2003, Vol. 28 Issue 40, p2
Reports on the number of books written by American authors as finalists for the 2003 National Book Award in the U.S. Release of 'The Owner of the House: New Collected Poems 1940ndash;2001,' by a nonprofit publisher; Printing of the book 'Breakout'; Entries received by the National Book...
- Americans Dominate IM-PAC Shortlist. // Publishers Weekly;3/13/2000, Vol. 247 Issue 11, p22
Reports that four American authors are on the shortlist of the books chosen as finalists for the 2000 IMPAC Dublin Literary Award in Dublin, Ireland. Amount of the award's cash prize; Date of the announcement of the winners; List of the books shortlisted for the award.
- Yanks still can't book a Booker Prize. // Daily Variety;11/19/2002, Vol. 277 Issue 32, p12
Reports on the eligibility of American writers of winning the prestigious Man Booker Prize in London, England. Comments of Martin Goff, administrator of the prize on the decision of the board of not honoring American writers; Plans of the organizers of setting up a separate lifetime achievement...
- THE WRITE STUFF. // Canada's History;Oct/Nov2013, Vol. 93 Issue 5, p59
The article announces the winners of the 2013 Canadian Aboriginal Writing and Arts Challenge organized by Historical Canada which includes students Robert McCue, Hanna Waswa, and Catherine Blackburn.
- The First Annual Legacy Awards for Black Writers. None // Black Issues Book Review;Jan/Feb2003, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p34
Announces the first annual 2002 Legacy Awards for African-American writers. Categories; Organizers.
- Creator of Frog and Toad: Arnold Lobel. Brodie, Carolyn S. // School Library Media Activities Monthly;May2005, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p43
Profiles U.S. author Arnold Lobel. Educational background of Lobel; Children's books written by Lobel; Literary awards received by Lobel.
- ANTI-AMERICAN ORANGE PRIZE? // Prospect;Apr2007, Issue 133, p11
The article presents a commentary by the author discussing the inclusion of American authors in English literature competitions in Great Britain. Objections raised by British contestants are refuted by the author, citing that in many open competitions American writers still do not perform well...
- Young storytellers win writing challenge. Schultz, Heather // Windspeaker;Dec2007, Vol. 25 Issue 9, p27
The article reports that Kerissa Dickie and Chantelle Cheekinew won the Canadian Aboriginal Writing Challenge in Ontario. According to the author, both winners received $2,000 prize and traveled to Ottawa to receive their prize as well as join in the celebration of Aboriginal leaders and...
- Yo! Publishing in the house. // Publishers Weekly;10/19/1992, Vol. 239 Issue 46, p13
Reports that the 25th Annual Image Awards, sponsored by the NAACP, plans to recognize literary distinction for the first time. The Image Awards office reports 22 submissions, including such works as `Company Man,' by Brent Wade; Nominees will be announced in late October in the NAACP's `Crisis'...