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"The Strangest" reviewed by Kirkus Reviews

“A smart adaptation indeed of a hallowed classic, repositioning it for a grimmer world three-quarters of a century on.”

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Kirkus Prize Winners Announced and Celebrated in Austin Ceremony

Ta-Nehisi Coates and Hanya Yanagihara were expected to win the Kirkus Prizes — and yesterday, they did, in fact, win the Kirkus Prizes. 293 more words


Kirkus awards prizes to Yanagihara, Coates, Ryan

Hanya Yanagihara, Ta-Nehisi Coates and Pam Muñoz Ryan won the annual Kirkus Prizes on Thursday night at a ceremony in Austin.

Each of the winners gets $50,000, making the Kirkus Prize, presented by Austin-based Kirkus Reviews, one of the largest in the world. 410 more words

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Kirkus Reviews Fall Catalog

We at Anny Omous Publishing are proud to announce that our inaugural publication of, “The Three Year Affair”, is listed in the Fall Preview Kirkus Catalog. 99 more words

Kirkus announces finalists for $50,000 prize

Kirkus Reviews announced the finalists Wednesday for the second annual Kirkus Prize in fiction, nonfiction and young readers’ literature, with winners in each category receiving $50,000 – one of the largest literary awards. 270 more words

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Praise for 'Peak Season' from Kirkus Reviews

Kirkus Reviews calls Jeff Widmer’s debut novel Peak Season “An entertaining mystery romp.” Of its lead character, CW (Candace) McCoy, and the Southwest Florida setting, the publication says, “CW is a great character. 23 more words


Kirkus Reviews Takes on My Debut Novel

Spot-on satire or earnest picture of youth in transition?…”

Coy’s voice is strong and sure; he captures Neil’s voice and tone with specificity and confidence… 165 more words