Fellowship of Southern Writers

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The Fellowship of Southern Writers is a literary organization founded in 1987 in Chattanooga, Tennessee by 21 Southern writers and other literary luminaries. The group meets in every odd-numbered year, usually during the Chattanooga Arts & Education Council Conference on Southern Literature.

In 2007, the fellowship formalized its own structure, electing its first board of directors and hiring its first executive director, Susan Robinson.[1]

Charter members[edit]

Elected members[edit]

Awards and honors[edit]

  • The Hillsdale Prize for Fiction
  • The Hanes Prize for Poetry
  • The Robert Penn Warren Award for Fiction
  • The Bryan Family Foundation Award for Drama
  • The Cecil Woods, Jr. Prize for Non-Fiction
  • The Fellowship's New Writing Award for Fiction
  • The James Still Award for Writing About the Appalachian South
  • The Fellowship's New Award for Poetry
  • The Cleanth Brooks Medal for Distinguished Achievement in Southern Letters

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ newsobserver.com | Extending the lines
  2. ^ Posthumous, Brown died before he was able to take his seat

External links[edit]