Terry Kay Prize for Fiction Award

The Atlanta Writers Club (AWC) has announced its annual award for fiction has been named the Terry Kay Prize for Fiction in honor of Georgia Hall of Fame writer, Terry Kay.

The first award in Kay's name was presented at AWC's September meeting in Atlanta to Portia Tewogbade for her story, "The Lovers."

Founded in 1914, the AWC now numbers hundreds of members who have a passion for writing in all genres of creative expression.

For additional information on AWC, link to www.atlantawritersclub.org

TERRY KAY, a 2006 inductee into the Georgia Writers Hall of Fame, has been a sports writer and film/theater reviewer (Atlanta Journal-Constitution), a public relations executive, and a corporate officer.  He is the author of 17 published works, including The King Who Made Paper Flowers, Song of the Vagabond Bird, The Greats of Cuttercane, Bogmeadow's Wish, The Book of Marie, To Dance with the White Dog, The Valley of Light, Taking Lottie Home, The Kidnapping of Aaron Greene, Shadow Song, The Runaway, Dark Thirty, After Eli, and The Year the Lights Came On, as well as a book of essays, Special K: The Wisdom of Terry Kay, and two children's books, The Seventh Mirror and To Whom the Angel Spoke. 


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