Recently a piece in The Guardian asked, "Are cats top dogs in the world of literature?" The Cat Writers' Association, Inc. (CWA) certainly thinks so! The CWA is an organization of professionals writing, publishing and broadcasting about cats. Member authors include Clea Simon, Lesléa Newman, Shirley Rousseau Murphy, and Carole Nelson Douglas. Every year the CWA have a Communications Contest, open to anyone whose work qualifies (see their website for more information). Winners include magazine articles, newspaper columns, poems, short stories, humor, health care, and DVDs. Here are some of the winners you can find in the library catalog!
Cat Fancy [magazine]
Cat Telling Tales: A Joe Grey Mystery by Shirley Rousseau Murphy
Bambino and Mr. Twain by P.I. Maltbie
The Five Lives of Our Cat Zook by Joanne Rocklin
Defending the Defenseless: A Guide to Protecting and Advocating for Pets by Allie Phillips [eBook only in our catalog]
For more cat-related items in the library catalog, try a subject search of "Cats".