IeBAF eBook Awards
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IeBAF eBook Awards
The International eBook Award Foundation (IeBAF) has announced that the Frankfurt eBook Awards have been discontinued
The Winners 2001 Frankfurt eBook Awards
In October 1999, the International eBook Award Foundation created the Frankfurt eBook Award (FeBA) to recognize excellence in eBooks, a new media with tremendous potential and opportunities for authors, publishers, imprints, and the reading public throughout the world. The response far exceeded IeBAF expectations, overwhelming our initial projections, with submissions arriving from countries including Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, South Korea, the UK and the US. Submission Form
Presented for the first time during the Frankfurt Book Fair in October 2000, the FeBA has taken its place among the most prestigious of literary awards that recognize significant contributions to the world of letters. These annual awards will continue to honor quality and integrity in writing, celebrating and promoting enhancements that take full advantage of the technical developments in the eBook field.
The 2001 FeBA awards included a Children's eBook Award, which was given for the first time in conjunction with the Bologna Children's Book Fair in April 2002. The Children's Award highlights outstanding accomplishments in enhanced eBooks for younger readers, an audience that is vital to the future of eBooks.
The International eBook Award Foundation was created to be the administrator of the Frankfurt eBook Awards (FeBA). This independent Foundation, and the Awards, are underwritten by major sponsors. An international panel of judges will determine the 2001 FeBA winning entries, and the judges will be announced in coming weeks.
2001 eBook Awards
FIRST IEBAF CHILDREN'S AWARD Will be presented in 2002: Submission remains open until December 15, 2001
2000 eBook technology award: Dr Peter N Yianilos, eBookMan (Franklin Electronic Publishers)
Grand Prize - best original eBook: E M Schorb, Paradise Square | Paperback | e-Books and David Maraniss for When Pride Still Mattered: A Life of Vince Lombardi | Hardcover | Paperback | Large Print | Audio Cassette | Audiobook for Download | Microsoft ebook | Adobe ebook
work originally published in eBook form:
Best non-fiction work originally published in eBook form: Larry Colton for Counting Coup: A True Story of Basketball and Honour on the Little Big Horn | Paperback | e-book Microsoft Reader | e-book Adobe Reader
Best fiction work originally published in print and converted to eBook form: Zadie Smith, White Teeth | Hardcover | Paperback | Large Print | Audio Cassette | Audiobook for Download | e-Books In 2000, Zadie Smith's first novel, White Teeth, won eight major literary awards. List of Awards
Best non-fiction work originally published in print and converted to eBook form: Vilim Vasata, Uberleben in der Sintflu | e-Books
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