Writing, Illustration, and Film Awards
Every month we award a prize. The Writing Award is for an article, which we publish in our online magazine, Post. We could include it in a future collection of short stories or an anthology. The Illustration Award is for literary graphics, which we sell as limited edition art prints. We could publish the literary artwork as part of a graphic story. The Film Award is for short films and videos that combine content, graphics, and sound as unique visual and aural elements. We could also submit it to film festivals and post it on our online sites. Each award provides the creator with a $400 prize plus royalties from sales as part of future anthologies and collections produced by Guardian Stewardship Editions. So whether you like writing, drawing, or making films, we’d like to see what you do. And we hope one of our awards will spur you onto even more creativity.
Annual Book Award
Every year we award a prize for a superb non-fiction manuscript written by an author who is an expert in their field, but is also someone who looks at things in a new way. The topic can range from art to architecture, history, philosophy, social and cultural issues, and the examination of the lives of people who make a difference in our own lives. We also often coordinate publication of the book with museum exhibits, films, seminars, conferences and other events that reach a wide audience. Our 2013 Book Award will be announced in October. The winner of our Annual Book Award receives $5,000, and we publish the book. The winner also receives royalties from the book sales along with a lovely handwritten note of congratulations signed by our team at Guardian Stewardship Editions. We think the note from us is one of the highlights.
Learn about the Guardian Stewardship 2014 Annual Book Award.