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Book News

The New Orleans Gulf South Booksellers has renamed its Book of the Year Award the Joseph Arrigo Book of the Year Award in honor of Arrigo, owner the book distributor firm Forest Sales.  In renaming the award, Arrigo was praised for his "unsurpassed commitment to local and regional books and his many years of dedication to the local bookselling community."

The 2001 NOGSBA Book of the Year was Gardens of New Orleans, by Lake Douglas, Jeannette Hardy and Richard Sexton.


 
Call for Papers

Delta Blues Symposium VIII: The Sacred and the Secular (deadline: January 15, 2002)

Faulkner and His Contempories (deadline: January 15, 2002)

Robert Penn Warren Circle (deadline: January 18, 2002)

Eudora Welty and Material Objects (deadline: February 1, 2002)

Appalachian Writers Association Call for Papers (deadline: February 15, 2002)

Southern Literary Journal (deadline: March 1, 2002)

The Survival of Flannery O'Connor (deadline: March 15, 2002)

 
Contests

South Carolina Fiction Project 2002 (deadline: January 15, 2002)

KSU Golden Age Poetry Contest (deadline: February 4, 2002)

O, Georgia Writing Competition (deadline: March 15, 2002)

Frontiers in Writing Contest (deadline: April 1, 2002)

William Faulkner Creative Writing Competition 2002 (deadline: April 1, 2002)

Fred Bonnie Memorial Award for Best First Novel (deadline: May 15, 2002)

Appalachian Writers Association Contests for 2002 (deadline: June 1, 2002)


 
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2000: 12 11  10  09  08 


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