Clinton author is awards finalist | KUDOS

Kurt Hoelting kayaks during his year-without-a-car journey. - Photo courtesy of Kurt Hoelting
Kurt Hoelting kayaks during his year-without-a-car journey.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of Kurt Hoelting

Clinton resident and author Kurt Hoelting is a finalist in the 2011 Washington State Book Awards.

Hoelting’s book, “The Circumference of Home: One Man’s Yearlong Quest for a Radically Local Life” published in 2010, made the finals in the biography/memoir category. “The Hustle: One Team and Ten Lives in Black and White” by Doug Merlino took the category’s first place prize.

The winners and the finalists were honored at a celebration Oct. 12 at Seattle’s Richard Hugo House. Sponsored by Hugo House and the Seattle Public Library Foundation.

Find out more about Hoelting's book at Read Patricia Duff's review of “The Circumference of Home" here:



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