NewsArts & Culture / October 18, 2018

Indiana Authors Award Toasts 4 Writers With Indiana Ties

The winners chosen by a nine-member panel were honored Saturday in Indianapolis.Indiana Author's Award, Kimberly Brubaker Bradley, Sandy Eisenberg Sasso, Deborah E. Kennedy, James Alexander Thom, Indianapolis Public Libary2018-10-18T00:00:00-04:00
Indiana Authors Award Toasts 4 Writers With Indiana Ties

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Four writers with Indiana ties have won top honors in the latest round of the annual Indiana Authors Award.

The winners chosen by a nine-member panel were honored Saturday at Central Library in Indianapolis. They include the National Author Winner, Kimberly Brubaker Bradley, who received a $10,000 prize. The Fort Wayne native lives in Tennessee and has written 17 books for young readers.

Sandy Eisenberg Sasso of Indianapolis received a $7,500 prize as the Regional Author winner. She's written 16 children's books and two books for adults.

Fort Wayne native Deborah E. Kennedy won $5,000 as the Emerging Author winner. The Oregon resident's debut novel was released last year.

James Alexander Thom of Owen County won the Lifetime Achievement Award for outstanding authors who've left a mark on Indiana's literary heritage.

 

 

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