A novelist, screenwriter, and journalist, Arnold is the award winning author
of Innocent Lanier, the authentic first novel in a compelling trilogy whose characters
occupy a true yet invented world in which life's ironies abound and mystical
destinies are revealed (www.betharnold.com).
Beth Arnold's awards and credits include:
- Finalist (2000) for a prestigious Bunting Fellowship1 at The
Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University, for Innocent Lanier and samples from
her next novel, Trulove Clement
- Semifinalist for a 1995 Nicholl Fellowship, presented by the Academy of
Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, for her screenplay Deadline.
- Winner of The Katie Award, 1997, presented by the Press Club of Dallas,
for an article published in American Way Magazine
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- Honorable Mention for the 2002 Soul Making Literary Prize awarded by the
National League of American Pen Women, Nob Hill
- Semifinalist in the 1992 "America's Best Screenplay" competition,
for her screenplay Sunflowers
- Author of articles and essays in such publications as Rolling Stone, GQ,
InStyle, Mirabella, Premiere, Self, Southern Magazine, and Redbook.
1 Bunting winners include such best-selling and
award-winning writers as Alice Walker, Mary Karr, Sue Miller, Anne Sexton, and
Anna Deveare Smith. For more information contact Beth Arnold (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org)