The winner was chosen by a panel of three judges: author Heather Neff, publisher and agent Denise Stinson, and young-adult author Dana Davidson. Rukiya Curvey-Johnson, national director of the Shrine of the Black Madonna, announced the winner.
CraZy by Carol George-Rucker of Cincinnati, Ohio, won second place; and third prize was taken by The Last Ship by Vicki Green of Brownstone, Michigan.
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|Author:||Dodson, Angela P.|
|Publication:||Black Issues Book Review|
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|Date:||Jul 1, 2006|
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