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The Quills Awards

Posted by Eliot Weinstein on September 12, 2005

As I was reminded by Stephen Dubner at the Freakonomics Blog, online voting is almost over for this year’s Quills Awards. A concise and impartial explanation of the awards from the Boston Globe can be found here. Voting ends at 11:59 PM EST on September 15. Vote here.

For some reason, the overall “popular” literary crop seems somewhat lackluster this year. However, “popular” books that fascinated me (and that earned my vote in their respective categories) include 1776, The Plot Against America, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, and Freakonomics. Whether you agree with me or think I’m crazy, there’s still time to let the folks at the Quills Literary Society and NBC Universal know what you think.

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