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2002 Kiriyama Book Prize Winners | Winners

The Kiriyama Pacific Rim Book Prize, shared by a fiction and a nonfiction winner, was awarded October 29th to Canadian author Rohinton Mistry for Family Matters | Audio Cassette | Hardcover | Audiobook and Burmese born Londoner Pascal Khoo Thwe for his memoir, From the Land of Green Ghosts: A Burmese Odyssey | Hardcover. The authors will share the $30,000 award. 2002 Finalists

Kiriyama Pacific Rim Book Prize

The Kiriyama Book Prize was established in 1996 and was originally awarded annually to only one winning book. To acknowledge the growing diversity and quantity of books entered for the Prize, both a fiction and a nonfiction winner have been chosen since 1999.

The 2002 winners were chosen by panels of fiction and nonfiction judges, who selected five finalists in each genre on September 22 from among the 301 eligible entries submitted for the 2002 Prize from publishers worldwide.

2002 Fiction Finalists

Winner! Rohinton Mistry for Family Matters | Audio Cassette | Hardcover | Audiobook format

Alai for Red Poppies | Hardcover | Audio Cassette | Audio CD | Audiobook format

Robert Barclay for Melal: A Novel of the Pacific | Paperback

Pramoedya Ananta Toer for The Girl From the Coast | Hardcover | Paperback

Tim Winton for Dirt Music | Hardcover | Paperback | Large Print | e-book Microsoft | e-book Adobe

2002 Nonfiction Finalists

Winner! Pascal Khoo Thwe for From the Land of Green Ghosts: A Burmese Odyssey | Hardcover

Victoria Armour-Hileman for Singing to the Dead: A Missioner's Life among Refugees from Burma | Hardcover

Selig S. Harrison for Korean Endgame: A Strategy for Reunification and U.S. Disengagement | Hardcover

Donald Keene for Emperor of Japan: Meiji and His World, 1852-1912 | Hardcover

Xinran for The Good Women of China: Hidden Voices | Hardcover

Winners of the Kiriyama Book Prize

2002 Fiction: Rohinton Mistry for Family Matters | Audio Cassette | Hardcover | Audiobook format

Nonfiction: Pascal Khoo Thwe for From the Land of Green Ghosts: A Burmese Odyssey | Hardcover

2001 Fiction: Patricia Grace for Dogside Story | Paperback

Nonfiction: Peter Hessler for River Town: Two Years on the Yangtze | Paperback

2000 Fiction: Michael Ondaatje for Anil's Ghost | Hardcover | Paperback | Audio CD | Microsoft e-book | Audiobook

Nonfiction: Michael David Kwan for Things That Must Not Be Forgotten | Hardcover| Paperback

1999 Fiction - Cheng Ch'ing-wen for Three-Legged Horse | Hardcover | Paperback

Nonfiction -  Andrew X. Pham for Catfish & Mandala | Paperback

1998 Ruth L. Ozeki for My Year of Meats | Paperback

1997 Patrick Smith for Japan: A Reinterpretation | Paperback

1996 Alan Brown for Audrey Hepburn's Neck | Paperback

For information on the Kiriyama Book Prize, visit www.pacificrimvoices.org

Jeannine Cuevas
Book Prize Manager
Kiriyama Pacific Rim Book Prize
Kiriyama Pacific Rim Institute
650 Delancey Street, Suite 101
San Francisco, CA 94107
email: cuevas@pacificrimvoices.org

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