Second Annual New American Voices Award
Fall for the Book and the Institute for Immigration Research created the New American Voices Award to recognize a recently published book that illuminates the complexity of human experience as told by immigrants, whose work is historically underrepresented in writing and publishing.
This year's finalists are Melissa Rivero, Eugenia Kim, and Angie Kim. Judges and all three finalists will appear at the 2019 Fall for the Book festival, October 10-12, 2019 for the second annual presentation and to read from and discuss their work. The winning writer will receive $5,000 and the two finalists each will receive $1,000.
This year's judges are best selling author, Reyna Grande; journalist and former civil rights lawyer, Alia Malek; and author of This House is Not for Sale, E.C. Osondu.
Please join us in celebrating immigrant authors!