The Hockey Writers’ Association of the United States is a non-profit organization that represents the interests of the professional writers, as well as the wider hockey community.
The association was established in 1992 and was renamed to reflect its focus on the writers and writers’ organizations of the world.
The main objective of the HWA is to “advocate for and advocate for the professional hockey writers, the professional and amateur writers, and the members of the general public as a whole.”
In addition to a range of awards, the association also offers a number of awards to writers, including the Hugo Awards, the Locus Award, the William F. Buckley Award, and a nomination for the James Beard Award.
The awards are the foundation of the organization’s continued existence.
HWA’s current membership consists of some 6,500 writers and editors, including about 2,000 members.
The current slate of HWA awards is: Best Short Story (Frazer Harrison Award) Best Novel (Penguin Short Story Prize) Best Art Direction (Hudson Award) and Best Original Screenplay (Bryan Cranston Award) For a more complete list of awards that are not currently eligible for the Hugo Award, check out the HAWA website.
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