Naomi Kritzer's "Catfishing on CatNet" just won a Minnesota Book Award, too.
This year's awards went to three poets, a spoken-word artist and a writer of children's books.
The show begins at 7 p.m. on the Friends of the St. Paul Public Library website.
The virtual event is free but viewers are asked to register for the chance to win a set of books.
The coronoavirus will keep participants home but the Friends of the Library are working on a plan for a festive announcement of winners.
The free reading series is canceling events through early May
The National Book Critics Circle announces its winners in six categories.
The poet and editor will be honored at the annual Minnesota Book Awards ceremony in April.
Green wins his second Hognander award for his book about civil rights after the Civil War.
The spring lineup of the free authors series also includes Benjamin Percy and others.
"The Magician's Elephant" will be staged by the Royal Shakespeare Company for Christmas.
Picture book by Kao Kalia Yang also honored.
Brenda J. Child, Junauda Petrus and Dawn Quigley are honored for their debut novels for young people.
The Minnesota writer and his editor discuss their favorite--and least-favorite--dead authors.
The finalists for the National Book Critics Circle awards were announced in New York.
The group of artists behind the John Coy book, "My Mighty Journey" will win the 2020 Minnesota Book Artist award.
Steve South and Sarah Hanley take top honors, will receive $1,000 each.
By changing venues and paying the judges, they hope to involve more emerging writers.
"The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee" one of ten finalists.
Coffee House writers and former writers are on the list of the prestigious prize.