The National Book Awards now accept submissions by authors who are not US citizens ‘to celebrate the widest possible array of voices.’
Established in 2017, the Highland Book Prize is one of the United Kingdom’s younger awards programs.
The former Rathbones Folio Prize, continuing its search for sponsorship, releases nine shortlisted titles in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry.
The 25th edition of the US National Translation Awards featured works translated to English from Arabic and Vietnamese.
As the clock runs out on 2023, Richard Charkin in London has questions for the industry, some of which he knows may elicit a ‘Bah, humbug.’
The US National Book Awards’ ceremony in New York City concludes with an earnest, respectful appeal for a ‘humanitarian cease-fire’ in Gaza.
England’s Deborah Rogers Foundation this time honors a published poet who’s producing his first novel, ‘The Dead Don’t Bleed.’
Twenty-five writers now are shortlisted, five in each of the five categories of the 74th National Book Awards competition.
Three of the 10 books in the US National Book Awards’ 2023 longlist in Poetry come from university presses.
The former US poet laureate, Rita Dove is the National Book Foundation’s 2023 Distinguished Contribution medal winner.