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Leanne Shapton, Lydia Millet nominated for National Book Critics Circle Awards

Two former Torontonians have been nominated for National Book Critics Circle Awards.

Leanne Shapton received a nomination in the autobiography category for Swimming Studies (Blue Rider Press/Penguin), an illustrated memoir that reflects on her relationship with the water, including time spent as a competitive swimmer in Toronto.

Pulitzer Prize finalist Lydia Millet, who also spent her formative years in the city, is nominated for her novel Magnificence (W.W. Norton/Penguin).

National Book Critics Circle Awards are the only U.S. literary prizes voted by working critics and review editors. The winners will be announced Feb. 28.

 

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