2011 GREEN BOOK FESTIVAL – Deadline to submit Satuday!

Thanks Fred Stoss/TFOE for the info:

The 2011 Green Book Festival’s final deadline for entries to its annual competition honoring books that contribute togreater understanding, respect and positive action on the changing worldwide environment arrives on May 7.

All entries must be received by the deadline date. The 2011 Green BookFestival will consider published, self-published and independent publisherworks in the following categories: non-fiction, fiction, children’s books,teenage, how-to, audio/spoken word, comics/graphic novels, poetry, science fiction/horror, biography/autobiography, gardening, cookbooks, animals, photography/art, e-books, wild card (anything goes!), scientific, white paper, legal, business, mystery and spiritual.

Entries can be in English, Spanish, French, Portuguese or Italian.

Our grand prize for the 2011 Green Book Festival is $1500 and transportation to our May 21 awards in San Francisco OR an equivalent amount donated in your name to the environmental charity of your choice.

A panel of judges will determine the winners based on the following criteria:
1) The overall writing style and presentation of the work;
2) The potential of the work to enhance understanding of the environment
and its issues;

TO ENTER: Entry forms are available online at
http://www.greenbookfestival.com or may be sent to you by emailing
GreenBookFestival@sbcglobal.net or calling our office at 323-665-8080.

The Green Book Festival is produced by JM Northern Media LLC, producers of
the Hollywood Book Festival, New York Book Festival and DIY Convention: Do
It Yourself in Film, Music & Books.

Green Book Festival

Any authors out there? There is a call for entries for books that “contribute to greater understanding, respect and positive action on the changing worldwide environment.” It’s for the 2010 Green Book Festival which will be held at the  Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden in Arcadia, CA on April 30-May 2, 2010.

The books can be published, self-published and independent publisher works in the following categories: non-fiction, fiction, children’s books, teenage, how-to, audio/spoken word, comics/graphic novels, poetry, science fiction/horror, biography/autobiography, gardening,cookbooks, animals, photography/art, e-books, wild card, scientific, white paper, legal, business, mystery and spiritual and in English, Spanish, French, Portuguese or Italian.

Grand Prize winner will be the Green Book Festival Author of the Year and receive $1500 and transportation to the (april 2010) Earth Day celebration in Los Angeles OR an equivalent amount donated in your name to the environmental charity of your choice. More details!