The list will be revealed Tuesday. The Times of London has, as usual, named the books it expects to see, and the books it hopes to see.
This year's free, day-long book event will be Oct. 13 at the State Fairgrounds.
Dennis Showalter, who grew up here and graduated from the U of M, wins the Pritzker Literature Award.
A book talk and a concert will mark the 75th anniversary of Woody Guthrie's memoir, "Bound for Glory."
"Black Leopard, Red Wolf," the first in the Dark Star series, will be published in February.
Gov. Dayton issues proclamation honoring U.S. Poet Laureate, who is speaking here.
MacDowell fellows can spend up to eight weeks working undisturbed at a retreat in New Hampshire.
The award, from the Poetry Society of America and the T.S. Eliot Foundation, comes with a $20,000 prize.
Three poets, one spoken-word artist and one children's author will each receive $25,000.
She was a Talking Volume guest in 2010.
The play, "The White Card," premiered in Boston last month.
Amy Goldstein's nonfiction account won the J. Anthony Lukas Book Prize.
The $50,000 awards go to writers of great promise.
The Minnesota writers were among 15 authors to be honored.
Poet published by Graywolf, Laura Ingalls Wilder biographer lead all-women list of book critics honorees
The six writing winners are all women in this year's lineup.
Her new book, "Louisiana's Way Home," a companion to her National Book Award-finalist novel "Raymie Nightingale," will be published in October.
The nominees for the former Orange Prize include Jesmyn Ward and Jennifer Egan.
The Minnesota Book Award-winner's new YA novel moves from Minneapolis to Liberia and beyond.
The monkey with a tool belt, created by Duluth artist Chris Monroe, started out as a children's book but is moving to a Netflix series.
The free literary events at Mpls. Central Library will also feature the Star Tribune art critic, Alicia Eler.