Independent e-Books Awards
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The Independent e-Books Awards
The Indie Book Awards strive to recognize and reward talent in electronic books, hypertext and digital storytelling from authors with independent publishers and self-published authors. The inaugural awards introduced the finalists and winners in five categories: Best of Fiction, Best of Non-Fiction and Best Use of the Medium, plus three Achievement Awards for outstanding work in the field of electronic literature. Shortlist 2002
The Indie e-Books Awards winners receive $1,000 cash New this year are the Reader's Choice awards, which will recognize Favorite e-Book, Favorite e-Book Related Website, Favorite e-Reader Device and Favorite e-Zine. e books readers
The Independent e-Book Awards are open to authors and artists published by independent publishing houses, self-published authors, or authors who use non-exclusive publishers. The primary goal of the Awards program is to help authors gain recognition for their work.
Works will be judged on quality of content, professional presentation of the work and creative use of the medium. Finalists will be announced in March and winners will be announced in early May.
Annual Independent e-Book Awards Nominations open through Nov. 30th for the Indie Awards How To Submit
Children's Books: Nessie and the Living Stone by Lois June Wickstrom and Jean Lorrah | Children's ebooks
Short Fiction and Non-Fiction: The Cavemen in the Hedges by Stacey Richter | Fiction ebooks
Digital Storytelling: Homecoming by Pamela Gay | e-Book
Nominations can be submitted online or snail mailed to the Independent e-Book Awards Committee. Submission procedures are outlined on the website at the following link: The Indie Awards
Designed to recognize and reward excellence in electronic books and digital storytelling, the Independent e-Book Awards program is accepting nominations for electronic books published between December 1, 2001 and November 30, 2002
Independent e-Book Awards
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