Awards

International Latino Book Awards

The International Latino Book Awards are held annually by Latino Literacy Now, a  501c3 non-profit, in conjunction with Las Comadres para las Americas, and REFORMA: The National Association to Promote Library and Information Services to Latinos and the Spanish-Speaking (an affiliate of the American Library Association).

2020 Application is now available!

(Paquete de Entrada también disponible en Español)

NAHP José Martí Awards

These Awards honor the memory of José Martí, a tireless advocate who clearly saw the enormous power of PRINT and honor those editors, publishers, photographers, designer and marketing professionals who continue today to use the POWER of the written word, impactful photos and illustrations, and creative design to reach, impact, and motivate readers across the USA and beyond. 

2019 JMA APPLICATION is available

YOU MUST BE, OR WORK WITH, A MEMBER OF THE NAHP IN ORDER TO BE ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE. Please visit NAHP.org to learn more.

Latino Book INTO MOVIE AWARDS

Many of us would love to see more movies being produced that star Latinos and feature Latino themes. Realizing that many movies start with a great book, Latino Literacy Now has created a second competition within the framework of its International Latino Book Awards: the Latino Books Into Movies Awards. Through this program we have honored 113 authors.

2020 Application is available

wINNERs announced

2019 International Latino Book Awards – Winners Announced
The 2019 International Latino Book Awards Ceremony was a success!
Thank you to all who have participated in the 2019 International Latino Book Awards. 
 

AWARD WINNING AUTHORS (EVENT OPPORTUNITIES)

Many of us would love to see more movies being produced that star Latinos and feature Latino themes. Realizing that many movies start with a great book, Latino Literacy Now has created a second competition within the framework of its International Latino Book Awards: the Latino Books Into Movies Awards. Through this program we have honored 113 authors.

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