Greek-Australian Cultural League announces Book Award 2024

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The Greek- Australian Cultural League has announced the Book Awards for books written by authors active and residing in Australia.

Book Award rules:

  1. The books may be written in Greek or English, bilingual or translations. The GACL Book Prize 2024 will cover books published in the years 2022 and 2023.
  • Only books submitted by their authors or translators will be judged. The authors are requested to use the appropriate application form posted on the GACL website and submit three (3) copies of each book before Friday 12 July 2024. In the caseof bilingual publications, it is up to the author to designate the language of the publication that they wish to submit for consideration. The publications will not be returned.
  • The number of prizes is limited to ten, one in each category and each language, provided there is a book worthy of a prize. The categories are: (a) Poetry, (b) Prose, (c) Theatrical play, (d) History/Study, and (e) Book for children.
  • The prize in each category consists of: Monetary amount, as well as a certificate and a gift.
  • The announcement of the results will be organised at a special function towards the end of the year.

For further details please contact the Coordinator Vasiliki Laiou on telephone 0407 542 089, email: vasilaiou@gmail.com, or infogaclm@gmail.com

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