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Annual benefit, hosted by Charles Baxter, moves to Feburary and now includes a writing competition for U students.
The winner will be announced later this month, and the winner's book will be published in the fall.
Free cookies and good stories in January and February at the Hamline Midway Library in St. Paul.
Many other Minnesota institutions--from Coffee House Press to the Mankato Symphony Orchestra--also won grants.