Kansas City atheists may not believe in God, but they definitely believe in Sue Sanders. Find out how our meeting room scheduler is making connections all over the city.
The readers have spoken. Voting in the finals for the 2012 Publitzer Prize for Fiction  has closed, and a worthy novel has been democratically awarded the highest prize in mock American literary awards. Where the real Pulitzer Prize committee left off , you, the public, picked up.
You found them in the beaches, you found them on the streets. You even found them in your school. The Alphabet KC  scavenger hunt to capture photos of letter-shaped objects found around town is over, and the submissions have been dazzling.
You nominated, the experts judged, and now it's time to vote. It’s been a fast and rollicking road to the final lineup in the first ever Publitzer Prize for Fiction  – the Kansas City Public Library’s democratically driven answer to the real Pulitzer committee’s inability to award a prize for fiction for 2012.