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Books and Authors in the News:
- Val Holley won the Juanita Brooks Best Book in Utah history for
Frank J. Cannon: Saint Senator, Scoundrel.
- Editors Carol Edison, Eric A. Eliason, and Lynne S. McNeill were finalists for Best Book in Utah History for
This is the Plate: Utah Food Traditions
- Editors Michael Hubbard MacKay, Mark Ashurst-McGee, and Brian M. Hauglid won the John Whitmer Historical Association Best Anthology Book Award for their volume,
Producing Ancient Scripture: Joseph Smith's Translation Projects in the Development of Mormon Christianity
- Ann Chamberlin won Best Personal Memoir from the Mormon History Association for her book Clogs and Shawls: Mormons, Moorlands, and the Search for Zion .
- Do you want to peruse our Mormon History titles? Take a look at our Mormon Studies catalog here.
Carolyn Oliver won the Agha Shahid Ali Prize in Poetry for her manuscript, Inside the Storm I Want to Touch the Tremble.
Thomas Bowen won the Don D. and Catherine S. Fowler Prize for his manuscript, On Desert Shores: Archaeology and History of the Western Midriff Islands in the Gulf of Mexico .