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North Street Book Prize: Cash and Publicity for Your Self-Published Book

Deadline June 30. Win $1,500 plus additional benefits.
Deadline June 30. Win $1,500 plus additional benefits.
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It's easier than ever to self-publish your book, but how can you stand out? Which services are worthwhile? Who can you trust? We've developed the North Street Book Prize to help.

Now in its second year, our contest will award $1,500 to each of three winners, plus a credit toward the high-quality publishing services at BookBaby, free advertising in the Winning Writers newsletter, and expert marketing advice from Carolyn Howard-Johnson, author of The Frugal Book Promoter. Six honorable mentions will receive $250 each.

Everyone who enters will receive a free electronic copy of Ms. Howard-Johnson's recent guide, The Frugal Book Editor (2nd edition), plus free guides to successful publishing from BookBaby. Submit your book online or by mail with a $50 entry fee. Categories accepted include Mainstream/Literary Fiction, Genre Fiction, and Creative Nonfiction & Memoir. Enter by June 30 at


Our 2015 Winners

imagesWe congratulate Gloria Taylor Weinberg, author of A Homicide in Hooker's Point (top left), Jenna Leigh Evans, author of Prosperity (bottom left), and Elizabeth Kirschner ,  author of Waking the Bones (bottom right). We also commend our six Honorable Mentions Tricia Cerrone, Nat Goodale, Delaney Green, Alec Hastings, Russel Lazega, and Deborah McCarroll, and seven Finalists Max Gordon, Cheryl Sawyer, G.G. Silverman, Beth Lyon Barnett, Eugene McCreary, Rose Mary Stiffin, and Monica Vickers. Judges Jendi Reiter and Ellen LaFleche reviewed 400 entries. Please read excerpts from our winners' outstanding novels and memoirs, with critiques by the judges and advice for future contestants.

Contest Judges


Jendi Reiter is the author of the poetry collections Bullies in Love (Little Red Tree Publishing, 2015) and A Talent for Sadness (Turning Point Books, 2003), and the award-winning poetry chapbooks Swallow (Amsterdam Press, 2009) and Barbie at 50 (Cervena Barva Press, 2010). Her debut novel, Two Natures, is forthcoming in 2016 from Saddle Road Press. Awards include the 2011 OSA Enizagam Award for Fiction, first prize in the 2010 Anderbo Poetry Prize, second prize in the 2010 Iowa Review Awards for Fiction, first prize in the 2009 Robert J. DeMott Short Prose Prize from Quarter After Eight, first prize for poetry in Alligator Juniper's 2006 National Writing Contest, and two awards from the Poetry Society of America. Ms. Reiter is assisted by Ellen LaFleche, whose manuscript, Workers' Rites, won the Philbrick Poetry Award from the Providence Athenaeum and was published as a chapbook in 2011..


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