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The PEN/Malamud Award includes a reading in the PEN/Faulkner reading series at the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington and $5,000.  
 
 
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'''Elizabeth Spencer''' (July 19, 1921 – December 22, 2019) was an American writer. Spencer's first novel, ''Fire in the Morning'', was published in 1948. She wrote a total of nine novels, seven collections of short stories, a memoir (''Landscapes of the Heart'', 1998), and a play (''For Lease or Sale'', 1989). Her novella ''The Light in the Piazza'' (1960) was adapted for the screen in 1962 and transformed into a Broadway musical of the same name in 2005. She was a five-time recipient of the O. Henry Award for short fiction.
 
'''Elizabeth Spencer''' (July 19, 1921 – December 22, 2019) was an American writer. Spencer's first novel, ''Fire in the Morning'', was published in 1948. She wrote a total of nine novels, seven collections of short stories, a memoir (''Landscapes of the Heart'', 1998), and a play (''For Lease or Sale'', 1989). Her novella ''The Light in the Piazza'' (1960) was adapted for the screen in 1962 and transformed into a Broadway musical of the same name in 2005. She was a five-time recipient of the O. Henry Award for short fiction.

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This event was in December 2007 the recipient of the award was Elizabeth Spencer.

The PEN/Malamud Award includes a reading in the PEN/Faulkner reading series at the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington and $5,000.

Elizabeth Spencer (July 19, 1921 – December 22, 2019) was an American writer. Spencer's first novel, Fire in the Morning, was published in 1948. She wrote a total of nine novels, seven collections of short stories, a memoir (Landscapes of the Heart, 1998), and a play (For Lease or Sale, 1989). Her novella The Light in the Piazza (1960) was adapted for the screen in 1962 and transformed into a Broadway musical of the same name in 2005. She was a five-time recipient of the O. Henry Award for short fiction.