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Fiction: Daniel Alarcon, Kirsten Bakis, Victor LaValle
Nonfiction: Allison Glock, John Jeremiah Sullivan
Plays: Elana Greenfield, Tracey Scott Wilson
Poetry: Catherine Barnett, Dan Chiasson, A. Van Jordan

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Kalder, Daniel (2013-05-01). "North Korean 'court poet' to publish memoir". The Guardian. London. Retrieved 2014-05-09.
  2. ^ "Book Review: 'North Korea: State of Paranoia' by Paul French and 'Dear Leader' by Jang Jin-Sung", Wall Street Journal, 13 June 2014
  3. ^ ceu@scotland.gsi.gov.uk, Scottish Government, St. Andrew's House, Regent Road, Edinburgh EH1 3DG Tel:0131 556 8400 (16 February 2004). "The Scots Makar". www.scotland.gov.uk.
  4. ^ ASLS: A National Poet for Scotland. Archived September 26, 2008, at the Wayback Machine
  5. ^ http://mdn.mainichi.co.jp/news/archive/200406/05/20040605p2a00m0dm003001c.html Archived April 16, 2005, at the Wayback Machine
  6. ^ http://mdn.mainichi.co.jp/features/0412/27sasebo.html Archived April 20, 2005, at the Wayback Machine
  7. ^ "Edinburgh crowned the capital of literature", The Guardian, 14 Oct 2004. Accessed 16 November 2014
  8. ^ Thiessen, Cherie, Telling Tales Out of School, January Magazine, Retrieved 11/272012
  9. ^ Queen Mary University of London School of History Retrieved 11 July 2017.
  10. ^ Goodreads, Into the Blue, Book review, Retrieved 11/27/2012