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  • It also received the PEN Open Book Award.
  • It won the author a PEN Open Book Award and the Key to Jamaica, Queens.
  • Chang received the PEN Open Book Award, formerly known as the Beyond Margins Award, in 2005 for " Inheritance ".
  • In 2002, Harjo received the PEN Open Book Award, formerly known as the Beyond Margins Award for " A Map to the Next World : Poetry and Tales ."
  • Murr has received many awards for his writing, including a Lambda Literary Award, a Lannan Residency Fellowship, a Guggenheim Fellowship, a PEN Open Book Award and a Stegner Fellowship.
  • The novel was longlisted for the inaugural FT / OppenheimerFunds Emerging Voices Awards as well as the 2017 PEN Open Book Award, and was shortlisted for the 2015 Kitschies Golden Tentacle Award.
  • The anthology was published by the Asian American Writers'Workshop and Temple University Press in 1999, and awarded a PEN Open Book Award 2000 . " The NuyorAsian Anthology " is a collection of fiction, poetry, essays, and art.
  • While multiple awards were presented in previous years, the PEN Open Book Award now presents one award every year to books published in the United States ( but without citizenship or residency requirements ) by " authors of color who have not received wide media coverage ".
  • In 2005, he published a collection of essays, " Perfume Dreams ", about the problem of identity as a Vietnamese living in the U . S . Lam received the PEN Open Book Award ( formerly known as the Beyond Margins Award ) in 2006 for " Perfume Dreams : Reflections on the Vietnamese Diaspora ."
  • "Each and Her " ( winner of the 2011 Arizona Book Award ) was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, the William Carlos William Award, the National Book Critics Circle award, the PEN Open Book Award, the Ron Ridenhour Prize ( among other honors ) and was an honorable mention in the 2011 International Latino Book Awards . " Each and Her " is a book-length, collage poem which addresses the murders of women in Juarez, Mexico, as well as the phenomenon of femicide.
  • She has published two novels, " Nampally Road " ( 1991 )  which was a Village Voice Literary Supplement Editor s Choice and " Manhattan Music " ( 1997 ), and two academic studies, " The Poetic Self " ( 1979 ) and " Women in Romanticism " ( 1989 ) . " Fault Lines " was chosen by " Publishers Weekly " as one of the best books of the year in 1993 . " Illiterate Heart " won the 2002 PEN Open Book Award.
  • Her most recent work, the book-length poem, Citizen : An American Lyric, won the 2014 Los Angeles Times Book Award, the 2015 National Book Critics Circle Award in Poetry ( the first book in the award s history to be nominated in both poetry and criticism ), the 2015 Forward Prize for Best Collection, the 2015 Hurston / Wright Legacy Award in Poetry, the 2015 NAACP Image Award in poetry, the 2015 PEN Open Book Award, the 2015 PEN American Center USA Literary Award, the 2015 PEN Oakland-Josephine Miles Literary Award and the 2015 VIDA Literary Award.