Monday, May 2, 2011

Los Angeles Times Book Prizes

More Awards: The Los Angeles Times announced the Book Prizes at a ceremony last Friday. Below find three of the prizes of special interest to mystery readers. Of course, all the prizes recognize some great writers... To see the entire list, go HERE. Congratulations to all!

Mystery / Thriller Winner

Tom Franklin, Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter (William Morrow)

2010 Innovator’s Award

The Innovator’s Award recognizes the people and institutions that are doing cutting edge work to bring books, publishing and storytelling into the future, whether in terms of new business models, new technologies or new applications of narrative art.

Powell’s Books, Portland, Oregon

To see all the Awards, go HERE


vallerose said...

Crooked Letter definitely deserves an award - very well written. I hopes Powell's last forever - what an institution.

Ann Summerville said...

Thanks for posting this. Always good to know who the awards are going to.