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VIDEO: Brian Seibert On Winning The 2016 Anisfield-Wolf Award For Nonfiction

Brian Seibert, the New York Times dance critic and 2016 nonfiction winner for his book, What the Eye Hears: A History of Tap Dancing, is an accomplished tap dancer himself. At the close of his book reading, the final event of Cleveland Book Week, he slipped on his tap shoes and treated the audience to a powerful dance duet with Chandler Browne, an Oberlin College student. (Missed it? Catch it here.)A day prior, we sat down with Brian Seibert for a brief interview on what winning the 2016 award for nonfiction means to him. Take a listen:Brian Seibert, 2016 winner for nonfiction from Anisfield Wolf on Vimeo. Read More →

Meet Our 2016 Winners This Fall In Northeast Ohio

Following in our tradition, each of our winners will speak at the awards ceremony, and each will talk and read separately in a second, more intimate setting in Northeast Ohio. Mark your calendars and make plans to join us in September for a string of these illuminating events, designed to bring readers and winners into each other’s orbits.Orlando Patterson, Lifetime Achievement “What Have We learned About Culture, Disadvantage and Black Youth?" Baker-Nord Center Wednesday, September 144:30-6 p.m.Mary Morris, The Jazz Palace South Euclid-Lyndhurst Branch, along with jazz pianist Jackie Warren and jazz trumpeter Kenny Davis Cuyahoga County Public Library Wednesday, September 14 4-5:30 p.m.  Lillian Faderman, The Gay Revolution: The Story of the Struggle"A Very Long and (Almost)... Read More →
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