Pinckley Prizes for Crime Fiction
Pinckley Prizes For Crime Fiction
The Women’s National Book Association of New Orleans established the Pinckley Prizes for Crime Fiction to honor the memory of Diana Pinckley (1952-2012), a longtime Times-Picayune columnist, and her passion for mysteries. The Prizes will be administered by WNBA-NOLA, the New Orleans chapter of the Women’s National Book Association. The national group was founded in 1917. The local chapter was founded in 2011, and Diana Pinckley was a founding member.
The prizes will be presented for the first time at the 2014 Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival and will honor two women. The Pinckley Prize for Achievement in Crime Fiction will honor an established writer who has created a significant body of work; the winner will be nominated and selected by a jury of writers and critics. Winners will receive both a financial award and a trip to the Tennessee Williams Festival. The Pinckley Prize for Debut Novel will honor a first-time novelist in adult crime fiction; entry forms must accompany all books.
Pinckley Prize Committee
Susan Larson, President, WNBA-NOLA
Florence Andre, Development Advisor
Kathy Cain, Development Communications Advisor
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Mary Sullivan, Graphic Designer
Antoinette de Alteriis
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