THE PEOPLE’S BOOK PRIZE GET THE NATION READING! and honour Authors and Publishers voted by the public
Since the first Awards Ceremony on 21ST July 2010 The People’s Book Prize chose The Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspapers Makers for their Awards Ceremony to honour Authors and Publishers voted by the public.
Tradition continues and The People’s Book Prize prestigious event in the presence of patron Frederick Forsyth CBE features prominently in the literary social calendar — an occasion to look forward to.
Stationers’ Hall, located at Ave Maria Lane, London EC4M 7DD, near St. Paul’s Cathedral, is a splendid, unique and exclusive setting to celebrate literature www.stationers.org Phone: 020 7248 2934. It is one of London’s older Livery Companies with its origins in the fourteenth century. This illustrious institution with the most links to literature over 600 years offer service to publishing and related industries and continue to forge a link from the past to the future.
Underneath the portrait of William Shakespeare in a stained-glass window in Stationers’ Hall runs the inscription ‘He was not for an age but for all time’. Four hundred years after his death, we look at Shakespeare’s enduring legacy, both in print and in performance
Presented on the night and rewarding talent voted exclusively by the public:
6 Awards: The People’s Book Prize for Fiction, for Non-Fiction, for Children’s, Best Achievement, Best Publisher and The Beryl Bainbridge First-Time Author Award.
Patron: Frederick Forsyth CBE Founding Patron: Dame Beryl Bainbridge DBE
The 2019/2020 Ceremony:
The 6 winners will be announced at the prestigious black tie Awards Ceremony at the historic Stationers’ Hall - Date to be Announced.
The 2018/2019 Ceremony:
The 6 winners were announced at the prestigious black tie Awards Ceremony at the historic Stationers’ Hall on 8th May 2019 -
The 2016/2017 Ceremony:
SKY NEWS/THE PEOPLE’S BOOK PRIZE AWARDS EVENT CEREMONY
The 2015/2016 Ceremony
12th July 2016 SKY NEWS
Short Winners only: SKY NEWS/THE PEOPLE’S BOOK PRIZE