Katherine Hollander, faculty fellow in the History Department, has been awarded the Anthony Hecht Prize from Waywiser Press. Hollander won the prize for her collection of poems My German Dictionary, forthcoming this fall from Waywiser Press. The book grows “directly out of my experiences as a historian of Central Europe and is, I think, a reflection of my integrated identity as both a historian and poet,” Hollander said. She will read from the book along with the contest’s judge, Charles Wright, at the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C., this fall.