2023 New York Book Festival - Call for Entries
The 2023 New
York Book Festival
has issued a call for
entries to its annual
books that deserve
greater recognition from
the world’s publishing
Entries can be
in English, Spanish, French or Italian and must be published on or after
January 1, 2019. Our grand prize for the 2023 New York Book Festival
Author of the Year is a $1,500 appearance fee for our annual awards
FESTIVAL RULES: New York Book Festival submissions cannot be returned. Each entry must contain the official entry form, including your e-mail address and contact telephone number. All shipping and handling costs must be borne by entrants.
NOTIFICATION AND DEADLINES: Regular registration deadline submissions in each category must be received by the close of business on June 25, 2023 to be eligible for the competition. Winners in each category will be notified by e-mail and on the web site. Please note that judges read and consider submissions on an ongoing basis, comparing early entries with later submissions at our meetings.
Winners in each category will be notified by e-mail and on the web site. Please note that judges read and consider submissions on an ongoing basis, comparing early entries with later submissions at our meetings.
TO ENTER: Entry forms are available online here or may be faxed/e-mailed to you. Please contact our office at 323-665-8080 for fax requests. Applications must be accompanied by a non-refundable entry fee of $50 in the form of a check, money order or PayPal online payment in U.S. dollars for each submission. Multiple submissions are permitted but each entry must be accompanied by a separate form and entry fee.
Entry fee checks should be made payable to JM Northern Media LLC. We're sorry, but entries must be mailed and cannot be delivered in person or by messenger services to the JM Northern Media offices.
Entry packages should include:
should be mailed to:
E-book entries are welcome. You can enter an e-book in four ways:
Failure to follow these steps on e-book submissions may disqualify you.
Speech by Steve Burt, Grand Prize Winner, 2019
with Trisha Thompson Pritikin.