Bob Cherry

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Bob Cherry is a fiction writer and poet. His works have received many awards and honors, including the 1999 Horizon Award for his first novel, Spirit of the Raven: An Alaskan Novel. This best-selling novel was also recognized by the Western Writers of America as one of three finalists in its 2000 Awards for Best First Novel and Best Novel of the West. His short fiction has been published nationally and was awarded honors by the UNT literary magazine, Avesta. His poetry was awarded First Place on two separate occasions in the University of Alaska/Anchorage Daily News annual competition and has been published in anthologies.

Other accolades[edit]

"Spirit of the Raven" HORIZON AWARD; FINALIST WWA BEST FIRST NOVEL AND BEST NOVEL OF THE WEST

West of Empty 2003 WWA Finalist Spur Award for Best Original Paperback Novel from the Western Writers of America.

Little Rains was a 2003 MPBA Adult Fiction Award Finalist and a Denver Post "Notable Book" for 2003, a Runner-up in the TCU Press TEXAS BOOK AWARDS

Additional works[edit]

Spirit of the Raven: An Alaskan Novel ISBN 0-9665430-6-8

inua ISBN 0-9665430-1-7)

West of Empty ISBN 0-9665430-5-X

Little Rains ISBN 0-9665430-8-4

Moving Serafina ISBN 978-0-87565-356-3, published by TCU Press 2007