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Clyde Bolton wins Clarence Cason Award

For the second year in a row, a NewSouth Books author was named to receive the Clarence Cason Award, presented by the journalism department of the University of Alabama’s College of Communication and Information Sciences. The award recognizes exemplary non-fiction over a long career. Rheta Grimsley Johnson was last year’s award-winner. This year, the honor goes to Clyde Bolton, who’s had a distinguished 46-year career as a newspaper journalist and is the author of many fine works of non-fiction, including most recently a memoir published by NewSouth, called Hadacol Days: A Southern Boyhood, and also Stop the Presses (So I Can Get Off)

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