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I've declined a speedy deletion tag placed on this article on the basis that the two awards (I've confirmed the subject received them) seem sufficiently significant as to provide enough notability to make the article ineligible for speedy deletion. If someone still thinks the article needs to be deleted, I recommend the PROD procedure to start with. Accounting4Taste:talk 04:36, 15 March 2009 (UTC)
I'm upgrading the importance of this article from mid to high. As the most recent winner of the Wilder Medal for lasting contribution to children's literature, I'm naming his one of the most important author's in this field. --ErinHowarth (talk) 06:57, 12 April 2009 (UTC)
I've been reading about Ashley Bryan. It seems like this page could use an update. It's possible some of the topics need expanding and references linked more closely to the original articles. The reference to having 100 birds in the home, for example, is in Donna Gold's "Ashley Bryan's World" (Published in American Visions. Dec97/Jan98, Vol 12 (6), 31). Does anyone have any additional information?--SojoQ (talk) 13:46, 28 June 2014 (UTC)
Is the inclusion of the Ashley Bryan Center's address considered self-promotion? Should the address be removed but add an external link to the center itself? http://ashleybryancenter.org/ Thanks for any feedback. --SojoQ (talk) 17:24, 9 July 2014 (UTC)