Daryl Pinksen's Marlowe's Ghost: The Blacklisting of the Man Who Was Shakespeare beat out 2,600 entries and is the Grand Prize winner of the 17th Annual Writer's Digest International Self-Published Book Awards.
Click here for Daryl Pinksen's interview with Writer's Digest.
The March/April print issue of Writer's Digest, featuring the interview with Daryl, is on newsstands now.
From print issue: "[Pinksen's Marlowe's Ghost] was selected for its solid writing, functional design and the fascinating, careful case he builds for his premise. As competition judge and author Anthony Flacco notes, 'Whether or not one accepts Pinksen's position that Christopher Marlowe was actually William Shakespeare, his arguments are precise, thorough and compelling.'"
Congratulations to my friend and MSC contributor, Daryl Pinksen.
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