SIBA Book Awards
2007 SIBA Book Award
Each year, hundreds of booksellers across the South vote on their favorite "handsell" books of the year. These are the "southern" books they have most enjoyed selling to customers; the ones that they couldn't stop talking about. The SIBA Book Award was created to recognize great books of southern origin.
What books can be nominated?
Books are nominated in several categories, including fiction, nonfiction, poetry, cooking and children's. For a book to be eligible, it must be set in the South, and it must have been published within the 2005 calendar year. In order to promote diversity in the award, no author can win the award in the same category twice.
Who can nominate a book?
How do I nominate a book?
- Published: 20 October 2006 20 October 2006
The Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance (SIBA) is pleased
to announce the winners of the 2006 SIBA Book Award, celebrating
the best of southern literature, as picked by independent booksellers
throughout the South.
The 2006 Winners are:
- Published: 08 August 2006 08 August 2006