McNatt wins writing prize

December 08, 1991

Glenn McNatt, an editorial writer for The Evening Sun, has been named winner of the 1991 A. D. Emmart Award for writing in the humanities for an article inspired by a Boys Choir of Harlem concert in January at the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall.

The editorial page article, "Harlem Boys Choir Carries On 'Singular Spiritual Legacy'," was published in The Evening Sun Jan. 8.

Honorable mentions went to Carl Schoettler of The Evening Sun for "Miles Davis Summed Up a Time, and He Summed Up a Music," an op-ed page obituary tribute to the jazz trumpeter; J. Wynn Rousuck, drama reviewer for The Sun, for her Sunday feature article, "Dramatist's Butterfly Existence," about the playwright David Henry Hwang; and to Alan Feiler of the Jewish Times for "Baltimore's Black Jewish Congregation," which appeared in that publication.

The winners will be honored at 2:30 p.m. today in the Poe Room at Enoch Pratt Central Library.

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