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30 April 2021

British Book Design and Production Awards – Call for Entries

British Book Design and Production Awards – Call for Entries

We would like to take an opportunity to thank our sponsors for this year's Book Awards: Canon, Matador, Mondi, Muller Martini, The Printing Charity, Winter & Company and media partners BookMachine and Oxford Brookes University.

The BPIF, in partnership with Oxford Brookes University and BookMachine are calling for entries to the British Book Design and Production Awards 2021.  As one of the most prestigious and popular literary events of the year, these are the only industry awards to promote and celebrate the excellence and craftsmanship of the British book design and production industry, without our sponsors, it would make putting on these types of events extremely challenging.

All books published between 1 July 2019 and 9 July 2021 are eligible for entry in this year’s awards.  There are 18 categories that represent the many various forms books can take. These include everything from Photographic books to Scholarly, Academic and Children’s categories. 

The deadline for entries is Friday 9 July 2021.  The awards will be presented at a dazzling ceremony on 8 November 2021 at the De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms in London.

For further details on the categories and entry requirements, or to hear how you could still get involved with sponsorship, to the awards please visit or contact Heena Bulsara at the BPIF on 07931533728 or [email protected]


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For more information please contact:
Heena Bulsara
Heena Bulsara
020 7915 8338