Awards for Luminis Authors!
MAYBE I WILL by Laurie Gray ~ 2014 YALSA Teens' Top Ten Finalist
THE FIELD by Tracy Richardson - 2014 Eric Hoffer Award Winner ~ YA Category
Congratulations to our authors!
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- The Possibility of Snow
- Flesh and Bone
- Along the Way
Three Friends, 33 Days, and One Unforgettable Journey on the Camino de Santiago
- Complex Knowing
- Amy's Choice
- Second Thoughts
- Lost In Thought
- Just Myrto
- The Field
There is more to Space than space. Bronze Medalist 2013 Moonbeam Children's Book Award
- Ghosts of Tom Joad
A Story of the #99 Percent
- Second Verse
Can love last more than a lifetime? Can Murder? Gold Medalist 2013 Moonbeam Children's Book Award
- Call Me Amy
Amy helps rescue an injured seal pup and faces a challenge that could change the future of her town, and her own life as well.
- Maybe I Will
It's not about sex.
- Aloha, Mozart
Would you risk your life—or your soul—for the sake of art?
- A River So Long
"A lean and dirty dance through the unhooked lives of its characters..." "Vallie Lynn Watson is the natural heir of Jean Rhys."
What if the universe is really a giant thought?
- Sabrina's Window
"Reading Sabrina's Window, I was reminded of how fragile and magnificent we humans are, how silly and petty... and absolutely generous."
Includes “Pray for Rain,” winner of the 2008 Blue Mesa Review Fiction Prize
- Summer Sanctuary
Gold Medalist 2010 Moonbeam Children's Book Awards Finalist - 2011 Best Book of Indiana
Hugh Fox is one of the founders (along with Ralph Ellison, Anais Nin, and Joyce Carol Oates) of the Puschcart Prize for literature.
"There is an element of higher meaning in this story that makes it fascinating to finish and to contemplate the experience of reading it."
- Indian Summer
Can a spirit from the past come back to help us solve a problem in the present?