Recent Award Winners & Finalists

Congratulations to the following authors who have recently been recognized for their work.

In the Reader Views Literary Awards, The Great Kosher Meat War of 1902 by Scott D. Seligman won the Gold Award in the History category and Such Splendid Prisons by Harvey Solomon won the Bronze Award in this category as well.

Robert K. Fitts won the 2021 SABR Baseball Research Award for Issei Baseball.

Too Strong to Be Broken by Edward J. Driving Hawk and Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve is a finalist for the Stubbendieck Great Plains Distinguished Book Prize.

The Red Road and Other Narratives of the Dakota Sioux by Samuel Mniyo and Robert Goodvoice is a finalist for the University of Regina Faculty of Arts/University of Saskatchewan College of Arts and Science Jennifer Welsh Scholarly Writing Award.

In the Nautilus Book Awards, One Size Fits None by Stephanie Anderson won the Silver Award in the Green Living & Sustainability category.

In the Oklahoma Book Awards, The Great Oklahoma Swindle by Russell Cobb won the Directors Award.

Inside the Hot Zone by Mark G. Kortepeter was a finalist for the 2021 William E. Colby Award.

Thinking About God by Kari Tuling was in the Top 10 Book List for Parish Ministry from the Academy of Parish Clergy.

In the LASA Mexico section Awards 2021, Silver Veins, Dusty Lungs by Rocio Gomez received an Honorable Mention for Best Book in Social Sciences.

In the 2021 Locus Awards, Weird Westerns edited by Kerry Fine, Michael K. Johnson, Rebecca M. Lush, and Sara L. Spurgeon was a finalist for Non-fiction.

Bitterroot by Susan Devan Harness won the Barbara Sudler Award.

In the Peacemaker Awards, Follow the Angels, Follow the Doves by Sidney Thompson is a finalist for Best First Western Novel.

In the Indie Book Awards, Follow the Angels, Follow the Doves by Sidney Thompson is a finalist for Historical Fiction- Pre 1900s.

From Miniskirt to Hijab by Jacqueline Saper was a finalist for the Eric Hoffer Award.

Northern Cheyenne Ledger Art by Fort Robinson Breakout Survivors by Denise Low and Ramon Powers is a Kansas Notable Book.

For 2021 Independent Publisher Book Awards, The Great Kosher Meat War of 1902 by Scott D. Seligman won the Gold Award in U.S. History. Bad Tourist by Suzanne Roberts won the Gold Award in Travel Essay and Disparates by Patrick Madden won the Gold Award in Essay. Such Splendid Prisons by Harvey Solomon won the Silver Award in Mid-Atlantic-Best Regional Nonfiction. Issei Baseball by Robert K. Fitts won the Silver Award for Sports/Fitness/Recreation.

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