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... at the University of Rochester have awarded the Janet Heidinger Kafka Prize for fiction by an American woman ... The idea for the prize came out of the personal grief of the friends and family of a fine young editor who was killed in an automobile accident just as her ... and her professional associates in the publishing industry created the endowment from which the prize is bestowed, in memory of Janet Heidinger Kafka and the literary standards and personal ideals for which she stood ...
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