So Lucky is a finalist for the Washington State Book Award in the fiction category. The event will be held this Saturday at the Central Library, downtown Seattle. It’s free, and all ages are welcome.
1000 Fourth Ave., Seattle, WA 98104
Sat Oct 12, 7–9 pm
Awards ceremonies can sometimes be a bit dull—though this one, hosted by Seattle Review of Books‘ Paul Constant, might not be—but the afterparties never are! So come meet the authors, get a book signed, have a glass of wine, eat some tasty nibbles, meet some more authors, quiz the judges on their choices, have another drink, meet some more authors, listen to their scurrilous stories…
Last time I went to one of these things, I was jet-lagged out of my mind (just off a plane from the UK—with time only to change my jacket) and by the time the evening began had been 27 hrs without sleep. I talked to a few people but I honestly don’t remember much of it. This time will be different. I’ll be bright-eyed and bushy-tailed and ready to chat with one and all. So come and be part of the state’s literary civics, and have a free drink. And come say hello!
4 thoughts on “Saturday 12th October: Washington State Book Awards”
Congratulations on your award for So Lucky! I know how hard it is to write any novel (even a mediocre one!), so your award represents both hard work and high quality.
So Lucky has not won; it’s a finalist in the fiction category, along with four other splendid books. The winner will be announced tomorrow.
I wish I could be there…it sounds like a lot of fun. (wistful smile) Have a great time!
I did have a great time: I won!
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