Supported by a new partnership between Vermont College of Fine Arts, the Vermont Department of Libraries, and Vermont Humanities, the Vermont Book Award is an annual prize for outstanding literature by a Vermont author.
The 2021 award honors books written by a Vermont author and published in 2021.
Please join us at the 2021 Vermont Book Awards on Saturday, April 30! We’ll celebrate the finalists and announce the winners in the following categories:
- The Hare, by Melanie Finn
- North, by Brad Kessler
- The Memoirs of Stockholm Sven, by Nathaniel Ian Miller
- An Apparent Horizon and Other Stories, by Ricardo Wilson
- The Secret to Superhuman Strength, by Alison Bechdel
- But You Seemed So Happy: A Marriage, in Pieces and Bits, by Kimberly Harrington
- Revolution in Our Time: The Black Panther Party’s Promise to the People, by Kekla Magoon
- Endpapers: A Family Story of Books, War, Escape, and Home, by Alexander Wolff
- Disintegration Loops, by Stephen Cramer
- GHETTOCLAUSTROPHOBIA: Dreamin of Mama While Trying to Speak Woman in Woke Tongues, by Shanta Lee Gander
- American Wake, by Kerrin McCadden
Reserve your tickets now for this exceptional event, which will be held at Alumnx Hall on the Vermont College of Fine Arts campus in Montpelier. To make the evening even more special, we’ll announce our Vermont Reads 2022 choice during the event.
This in-person event will feature an ASL interpreter.
To request a specific accommodation or a reduced price ticket contact us by email at email@example.com by Friday, April 22.
Vermont Humanities strives to provide accommodations whenever possible. All event locations are ADA accessible.