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Western States Book Award

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Western States Book Award honored notable works of fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, and translation written and published in the Western United States. The award was given annually from 1984 until 2002. Lifetime-achievement awards were also presented.[1]

Winners

Fiction[2]

Poetry[2]

Creative nonfiction[2]

  • 1984: A heaven in the eye by Clyde Rice
  • 1986: The seventh dragon: the riddle of equal temperament by Anita Sullivan
    (citation for merit) Having everything right: essays of place by Kim R. Stafford
  • 1988: Mayordomo: chronicle of an acequia in northern New Mexico by Stanley Crawford
  • 1990: The telling distance: conversations with the American desert by Bruce Berger
  • 1992: Going back to Bisbee by Richard Shelton
    (citation for merit) Fruit fields in my blood: Okie migrants in the West by Toby F. Sonneman
  • 1993: Two old women: an Alaska legend of betrayal, courage, and survival by Velma Wallis
  • 1994: Iron house: stories from the yard by Jerome Washington
  • 1995: Borneo log: the struggle for Sarawak's forests by William Bevis
  • 1995: Downcanyon: a naturalist explores the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon by Ann Haymond Zwinger
  • 1996: Wisdom sits in places: language and landscape among the Western Apache by Keith Basso
  • 1998: Chokecherry places: essays from the high plains by Merrill Gilfillan
  • 1999: Salt dreams: land & water in low-down California by William Debuys
  • 2000: In these hills by Ralph Beer
  • 2001: My story as told by water: confessions, Druidic rants, reflections, bird-watchings, fish-stalkings, visions, songs and prayers refracting light, from living rivers, in the age of the industrial dark by David James Duncan

Translation[2]

  • 2000: The collected songs of Cold Mountain by Hanshan; translated from the Chinese by Red Pine
  • 2001: The silk dragon: translations from the Chinese translated by Arthur Sze

Lifetime Achievement[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ "A Literary Legacy". WESTAF. Retrieved 2020-05-07.
  2. ^ a b c d e "Western States Book Award". web.mnstate.edu. Retrieved 2020-05-07.
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