W.Y. Boyd Literary Award for Excellence in Military Fiction

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W.Y. Boyd Literary Award for Excellence in Military Fiction is awarded annually by the American Library Association. It was funded by William Young Boyd II.[1]

Author Book Year Award Received
J. M. Graham Arizona Moon 2017[2][3]
Ralph Peters Valley of the Shadow 2016[4]
Phil Klay Redeployment 2015[5]
Ralph Peters Hell or Richmond 2014[6]
Ralph Peters Cain at Gettysburg 2013
P. T. Deutermann Pacific Glory 2012
Karl Marlantes Matterhorn 2011
John Hough, Jr. Seen the Glory 2010
Richard Bausch Peace 2009
Robert N. Macomber A Different Kind of Honor 2008
Robert J. Mrazek The Deadly Embrace 2007
Nick Arvin Articles of War 2006
Jeff Shaara To The Last Man: A Novel of The First World War 2005
James L. Nelson Glory In The Name: A Novel of the Confederate Navy 2004
James Brady (columnist) Warning of War 2003
Owen West Sharkman Six 2002
Edwin H. Simmons Dog Company Six 2001
John Mort Soldier in Paradise 2000
Donald McCaig Jacob’s Ladder: A Story of Virginia During the War 1999
Howard Bahr The Black Flower: A Novel of the Civil War 1998
Jeff Shaara Gods and Generals (novel) 1997

References[edit]

  1. ^ "W.Y. Boyd Literary Award for Excellence in Military Fiction | Awards & Grants". Ala.org. Retrieved 2014-04-22.
  2. ^ "W.Y. Boyd Literary Award for Excellence in Military Fiction - Awards & Grants". www.ala.org.
  3. ^ CMALDEN (9 May 2017). "Arizona Moon: A Novel of Vietnam by J. M. Graham wins the 2017 W. Y. Boyd Literary Award "for Excellence in Military Fiction."".
  4. ^ CMALDEN (10 May 2016). "'Valley of the Shadow' wins W.Y. Boyd Award for excellence in military fiction". American Library Association.
  5. ^ "'Redeployment' by Phil Klay wins the 2015 W. Y. Boyd Literary Award 'for Excellence in Military Fiction'". ala.org.
  6. ^ "'Hell or Richmond' by Ralph Peters wins the 2014 W.Y. Boyd Award | News & Press Center". Ala.org. 2014-04-29. Retrieved 2014-05-28.