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Prof. Beth Benedix's Ghost Writer Named Finalist in Next Generation Indie Book Awards

Prof. Beth Benedix's Ghost Writer Named Finalist in Next Generation Indie Book Awards

June 8, 2019

Ghost Writer: A Story About Telling a Holocaust Story by Beth D. Benedix,  professor of world literature, religious studies, and community engagement at DePauw University, was a finalist in the Next Generation Indie Book Awards.  Benedix's work was cited in the category of writing/publishing (non-fiction).

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Ghost Writer was published by Spuyten Duyvil June 1. A synopsis describes the book as "a powerful, gripping story about storytelling itself; it’s about the risks involved in trying to tell stories which themselves are dangerous and full of perils."

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Benedix previously authored Reluctant Theologians: Franz Kafka, Paul Celan, Edmond Jabès and edited/contributed to Subverting Scriptures: Critical Reflections on the Use of the Bible. She is founder and director of The Castle (www.castlearts.org), a non-profit organization that provides integrated-arts and project-based workshops in Putnam County's public schools.

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