Heartland Prize

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The Chicago Tribune Heartland Prize is a literary prize created in 1988 by the newspaper The Chicago Tribune. It is awarded yearly in two categories: Fiction and Non-Fiction. These prizes are awarded to books that "reinforce and perpetuate the values of heartland America."[1]

Chicago Tribune Heartland Prize — Fiction[edit]

Chicago Tribune Heartland Prize — Non-Fiction[edit]

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