Louise Erdrich wins NBCC fiction prize for ‘LaRose’

Marylee MacDonald is the author of MONTPELIER TOMORROW, a novel about caregiving and ALS. Her short story collection, BONDS OF LOVE & BLOOD, was a finalist in the Foreword Reviews' INDIEFAB Awards. Her fiction has won Gold and Silver Medals from Readers' Favorites International Book Awards, the Barry Hannah Prize, the Ron Rash Award, and many others.


Matthew Desmond’s “Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City” wins nonfiction prize.

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When book awards come out readers have a chance to see which writers are gaining the attention of book critics. Louise Erdrich is one of my favorite writers, and I’m glad to see her book get this recognition. Though I haven’t yet read the nonfiction books on the list, I’m glad to know about them and am eager to get acquainted with some issue-based reading.

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