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.
Awards and honors
- 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
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