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National Award for Arts Writing

ANNOUNCEMENT:

Submissions for the 2014 Prize are now being accepted. See 2014 Award Guidelines for details.

MARFIELD PRIZE NEWS:

Sherill Tippins Discusses Inside the Dream Palace at the Library of Congress

Interview at Library of Congress

Grace Cavalieri interviews Sherill Tippins at the Library of Congress

Listen to Audio Podcast (28:56 minutes)

“The Poet and the Poem from the Library of Congress” is now celebrating 37 years on air, founded  and still produced by poet Grace Cavalieri.
This  recorded program features a portrait of 2013 Marfield Prize Winner Sherill Tippins as well as selected readings from the winning book Inside the Dream Palace: The Life and Times of New York’s Legendary Chelsea Hotel.

 

 


MORE NEWS…

A Judge’s Notebook, Grace Cavalieri, Danmurano.com, Mar 2014

A New Writing Prize in American Letters, Karren LaLonde Alenier, Scene4 Magazine, Feb 2014

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