Monday, April 23
7:00pm, Sewall 309
Larry McMurtry Prize in Fiction: Sonia Hamer--For her heartbreaking story of sisterhood, faith and impossibly comic misadventures in Israel.
Max Apple Prize in Nonfiction: Axel Ntamatungiro--For his precise and vibrant prose and sophisticated consideration of the human condition.
Susan Wood Prize in Poetry: Erica Cheung--For her daring consideration of history, inheritance and the complexity of translating love and despair into forgiveness.
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