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Longwood University awards the 36th annual Dos Passos Prize for Literature

This article originally appeared in the Rotunda on 11/11/17. An archive is here. Fiction author Chang-rae Lee is already a recipient of numerous literary awards, and he can now add Longwood University’s own Dos Passos Prize for Literature to his list of accomplishments. Lee is the 36th author to receive this recognition, and it is the oldest national… Continue reading Longwood University awards the 36th annual Dos Passos Prize for Literature

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Virginia Children’s Book Festival returned to Longwood for the fourth year

This article originally appeared in the Rotunda on 10/22/17. An archives is here.   After four years, Longwood University continues to host the Virginia Children’s Book Festival. The three-day event took place this past weekend, from Thursday to Saturday. Farmville native Juanita Giles is the founder and executive director of the festival. After growing up in this area,… Continue reading Virginia Children’s Book Festival returned to Longwood for the fourth year