American Book Award

American Book Award

The American Book Award was established in 1978 by the Before Columbus Foundation. It seeks to recognize outstanding literary achievement by contemporary American authors, without restriction to race, sex, ethnic background, or genre. It was established partially in response to more restrictive or ordered awards such as the National Book Awards.

Winners of the American Book Award


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