The 2018 British Book Design and Production Awards were held at the Montcalm Marble Arch Hotel in London on 22 November 2018. Although 106 spectacular books made it onto the shortlist, only 19 winners could be crowned.
The evening was hosted by author and comedian Adam Kay, who rose to fame with his book This is going to Hurt, which recounts his former career as a junior doctor. An instant Sunday Times bestseller with over 700,000 copies sold, it has won numerous literary prizes. Adam entertained guests throughout the evening and presented a total of 19 awards.
The awards exist to celebrate and treasure beautiful physical books and the craft that creates them. The theme this year was VIVID, to reflect the powerful feelings and strong, clear images that books can evoke.
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