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Joey Pinkney The award winner in African American Literary

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In 2009, Joey (along with publisher/editor Elissa Gabrielle) won the African-American Literary Awards Show’s Best Short Stories/Anthology award with Like Father, Like Son. You can find the short story in The Soul of a Man: A Triumph of My Soul Anthology

In 2010, Joey won AAMBC’s Book Reviewer of the Year, and he was also ranked #27 on Ron Knight’s Top 50 Facebook Authors. Joey also won the 2011 MyQOTD Kindle Short Story Compilation Competition, winning a Kindle in the process. You can find his story, Maxine, in the follow-up compilation. Joey’s essay Robert Pinkney: My Grandfather, My Sage was included in 2012’s Gumbo for the Soul: Men of Honor (Special Cancer Awareness Edition).

 

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