OH: Columbus

WHERE: OHIOana Library and State Library of Ohio, Columbus

WHEN: Friday, October 14 at 6:00 pm.

TITLE: 2011 OHIOana Book Awards and the Walter Rumsey Marvin Grant

BRIEF ABOUT: The winners of its 2011 OHIOana Book Awards and the Walter Rumsey Marvin Grant are: FICTION: Memory Wall by Anthony Doerr; NONFICTION: A Secret Gift: How One Man’s Kindness – and a Trove of Letters – Revealed the Hidden History of the Great Depression by Ted Gup; POETRY:  Field of Light and Shadow: Selected and New Poems by David Young; JUVENILE LITERATURE:  What Happened on Fox Street by Tricia Springstubb; ABOUT OHIO/OHIOAN:   Virginia Hamilton: Speeches, Essays, & Conversations edited by Arnold Adoff and Kacy Cook; and the OHIOANA WALTER RUMSEY MARVIN GRANT – (awarded to an unpublished author under the age of thirty) goes to Laura Maylene Walter.

MORE DETAILS: Call OHIOana Library at 614.466.3831, or email OHIOana@OHIOana.org.

NOTE: This year will mark the seventieth anniversary of the OHIOana Book Awards, the oldest and most prestigious literary prizes in the Buckeye State. Awards will be given in all five categories: Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Juvenile Literature, and About Ohio or an Ohioan.

Palette News Arts Network/PNAN-Global wire

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