Fairfield University Professor Wins 2014 Tuscany Prize for Catholic Fiction in the category of novel with his submission entitled "Resting Places". Read about the resurgence in Catholic literature. “Michael C. White’s beautifully worded novel truly captures the Catholic imagination with its gritty exploration of life’s myriad challenges,” said Peter Mongeau, founder of Tuscany Press, which offers the Tuscany Prize. “Through it all, the reader experiences the profound personal transformation of a protagonist,... Read More →
Tuscany Press has announced the 2014 Tuscany Prize winner in the category of Young Adult Fiction, Mark Guiney of Harper's Ferry, VA. The winning work is a sci-fi fantasy entitled The Adventures of Basil Black: Ascension to the Just Throne. “We had a tremendous increase in submissions across all categories. The competition was stiff. Mark has earned his spot,” said Peter Mongeau, founder of Tuscany Press, which offers the Tuscany Prize.... Read More →
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