THE STREAM a da Vinci Eye Finalist

The Stream, by A. R. Silverberry

The Stream, by A. R. Silverberry


My novel, The Stream, was selected as a finalist for the 2015 da Vinci Eye Award. The Eric Hoffer Award for short prose and independent books bestows the da Vinci Eye to books with superior cover artwork, judging both content and style. The award is an additional distinction beneath the Eric Hoffer Award umbrella. Finalists are announced each year in the spring, prior to announcement of the Eric Hoffer Award for Books. All the finalists are listed on the Eric Hoffer Award website. The honor was for the cover shown here, which is the softback. The ebook edition has the cover shown below.

The da Vinci Eye is the third honor for The Stream this year. The book was honored as a Shelf Unbound Notable Book in the category of Literary Fiction. It is also a Finalist for this year’s Foreword Reviews Indie Fab Book of the Year Award, winners to be announced at the American Library Association national convention on June 26th.

The Eric Hoffer Award for independent books recognizes excellence in publishing, and includes category and press distinction awards, as well as the Montaigne Medal, the da Vinci Eye, and the First Horizon Award. The US Review of Books covers the awards. The category and Grand Prize winners of this year’s Eric Hoffer Award will be announced in May.


I’ve got some live appearances! On Saturday, May 2nd, California Bookstore Day, I’ll be at Village House of Books in Los Gatos from 1 – 3 PM. On the same day, I’ll be running over to Recycle Books, where I’ll be celebrating California Bookstore from 4 – 5 PM, or however long my energy holds up! I’ll be signing copies of The Stream and Wyndano’s Cloak. I hope to see some of you there!

The Stream, by A. R. Silverberry

The Stream, by A. R. Silverberry


  • Posted May 6, 2015 at 9:11 pm | Permalink

    Great to meet you at Cal. Indie Bookstore Day. Fun to share the experience with another author.

  • Posted May 7, 2015 at 4:44 pm | Permalink

    Great meeting you, too, Lee! It was a wonderful day!

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