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July 2006
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Random House Titles Nominated for 2006 Hurston/Wright Foundation Legacy Awards


Several Random House titles and authors have been nominated for the 2006 Hurston/Wright Foundation Legacy Awards. Presented annually, this national awards program honors Black writers in the categories of Fiction, Debut Fiction, Nonfiction, and Contemporary Fiction. The nominees are as follows:

Pride of Carthage by David Anthony Durham
Dancing in the Dark by Caryl Phillips
My Jim by Nancy Rawles
My Face Is Black Is True by Mary Frances Berry
Bright Boulevards, Bold Dreams by Donald Bogle

In Brief
Robert D. Kaplan has been named the Class of 1960 Distinguished Visiting Professor in National Security at the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis. His most recent book, Imperial Grunts, is now available in paperback.

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