Peter David Named 2011 Scribe Awards Grandmaster


According to Peter David, has been named Grandmaster of the 2011 Scribe Awards! However, I can’t seem to find it mentioned on their website…

The awards, created by the International Association of Media Tie-in Writers, honor excellence in the field of writing licensed tie-in novels for television shows, movies, and games. The title of Grandmaster honors career achievement in the field.

Congratulations to Mr. David. I’m a big fan of his work on X-Factor and The Dark Tower.

David is also the author of over 50 novels, ranging from originals for the Star Trek and Babylon 5 universes to the novelization of major motion pictures, including Spider-Man, Iron Man, the Fantastic Four, and The Hulk.

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