The New England Book Sellers Association chose Hebert as their Fiction Author of the Year for 2006, and his most recent novel, Spoonwood, won an IPPY (Independent Publisher Book Award) for the Best Regional Novel in the Northeast for 2006.
The Dogs of March, Hebert's first novel, was cited for excellence by the Hemingway Foundation. Mad Boys and The Old American received awards for excellence by the New Hampshire Writers Project, and Spoonwood won an IPPY for best regional novel in the Northeast in 2006. Hebert is also a winner of the Sarah Josepha Hale award for lifetime achievement. For more information about Ernest and the event CLICK HERE Willem Lange In 1981 he began writing a weekly column, “A Yankee Notebook,” which appears in several New England newspapers. He’s a commentator for Vermont Public Radio and the host of New Hampshire Public Television’s weekly show Windows to the Wild. His annual readings of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol began in 1975 and continue unabated. He’s published eight books and received an Emmy Award for one of his films on New Hampshire Public Television. For more information about Willem and the event CLICK HERE
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