The San Diego Public Library is now accepting entries for their 2nd annual Matchbook Short Story Contest.
Contest closes at midnight on November 1st— the winner will be announced on December 15th.
For further info, please click here.
Calling all Published and Unpublished Entries for the 2019 San Diego Book Awards!
The San Diego Book Awards competition is open to current residents of San Diego County. Books submitted for the 2018 competition (awards presented in June 2019) must have been first published or copyrighted in 2018.
BE ADVISED — For published entrants, 2017 and 2018 release dates are included.
After a hectic summer traveling, Ann Bancroft finally returned home to Coronado and received her San Diego Book Awards trophy.
Ann’s novel, “The Oakland Mets,” was the winner in the 2017 Best Unpublished Novel category.
San Diego Book Awards president Tiffany Valikian, and vice-president David Grant Urban, were on-hand to present Ann with her trophy.
The San Diego Book Awards was at the second annual San Diego Book Festival this past August 25th.
The festival, sponsored by the San Diego Union Tribune and held at Liberty Station, drew thousands of book lovers.
At the San Diego Book Awards table were several past award winners, and 2017 award winners Virginia Hull and Muriel Sandy were presented their trophies for Best Unpublished Memoir and Best Unpublished Short Story, respectively.