Sana Krasikov Wins Sami Rohr Prize

I’ve mentioned Sana Krasikov and her debut story collection, One More Year, on this blog a couple of times, but boy, do I regret not writing up something more substantive after I read the book a few months back! And that’s because Krasikov has been racking up honors and awards since then, most recently yesterday, when she was named the winner of the 2009 Sami Rohr Prize for Jewish Literature.

Congratulations to Sana Krasikov. I am really looking forward to the awards ceremony!

In the meantime, here are a few links to help you can learn more about Krasikov and her work.

“Maia in Yonkers,” one of the stories included in One More Year.
–Just one of many reviews of the collection.
–Jewish Book Council Q&A with the author.

2 thoughts on “Sana Krasikov Wins Sami Rohr Prize

  1. Anne says:

    Hooray for Sana Krasikov–and for the victorious short story! _One More Year_ is an exquisite collection; FWR’s Natalie Bakopoulos reviewed it for us in December:

  2. Erika D. says:

    Thanks so much for your comment, Anne. And because I don’t think I’ve yet said this on this blog, any readers interested in fiction should routinely visit FWR!

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