2022 Washington State Book Award Winners

Winners of the 2022 Washington State Book Awards, presented by the Washington Center for the Book, have been announced, including titles and authors of genre interest.

Being Seen: One Deafblind Woman’s Fight to End Ableism by Elsa Sjunneson (S&S/Simon Element) won the Biography/Memoir category. On Fragile Waves by E. Lily Yu (Erewhon) won the Fiction category, and Little Thieves by Margaret Owen (Henry Holt) won the Books for Young Adult Readers category.

The awards “honor outstanding books published by Washington authors in 2021.”

For more information, see the award website.

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