We made it!
What a year, folks. We are thankful for your readership and support today and every day of the year. This year, Meadowlark published 13 very different books, debuted 105 Meadowlark Reader, and kicked off Meadowlark Poetry Press. Wow! All thanks to you, readers and writers alike, we get to keep going.
We are proud to look back on the year, with publications and awards that only show the tip of the iceberg of what it means to be a part of the Meadowlark family. Here are some of the major highlights:
Echoes in the Hallways by James Kenyon
A Cat Named Fatima by James Kenyon (official release: January 2022)
- Selected Poems: 2000-2020 by JC Mehta - Best Book Award Urban Poetry
- The Big Quiet by Lisa Stewart - "It Looks Like a Million" Design Award, Kansas Authors Club
- The Big Quiet by Lisa Stewart - Thorpe Menn Literary Excellence Award, Kansas City AAUW
- The Big Quiet by Lisa Stewart - High Plains Book Award Finalist
- Opulence, Kansas by Julie Stielstra - High Plains Book Award Winner, YA category
- Opulence, Kansas by Julie Stielstra - Midwest Book Awards Winner, YA Fiction Category
- Selected Poems: 2000-2020 by JC Mehta - Human Relations Indie Book Awards Honorable Mention Winner (Personal Challenge Poetry)
- All Hallows’ Shadows by Michael D. Graves - Kansas Notable Book Award
- All Hallows' Shadows by Michael D. Graves - Midwest Book Awards Finalist, Mystery Category
- A Time for Tears by Jerilynn Jones Henrikson - Midwest Book Awards Finalist, YA Fiction Category