New Mexico Book Co-op

promoting the best in local new mexico books

New Mexico-Arizona Book Awards

Welcome to New Mexico and Arizona's largest non-profit cooperative organization featuring New Mexico and Arizona books, publishers, and authors. We are a partnership of over 1,400 publishers and authors who are interested in showcasing and selling books about New Mexico, Arizona, and the Southwest. We showcase and sell books, and help people meet these goals. We invite any individuals actively engaged in publishing and authoring books to join any of our activities!

2014 Book Awards

The 2014 New Mexico-Arizona Book Awards entries can be submitted between January 24 and July 1, 2014. Category and entry information can be obtained by clicking on the sub section tabs to this area.

The discount for early entries has passed. The entry fee is $50 per title per category.

CLICK HERE FOR ENTRY INFORMATION

CLICK HERE FOR CATEGORY INFORMATION


Information is available in this section on past winners and finalists.

2013 Book Awards
Winners in the 2103 Awards Program were announced at the Awards Banquet on November 15.
WINNERS LIST HERE

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Number of Winner Stickers-2013 -- includes shipping





2013 Finalist Stickers Are SOLD OUT!
Every year we donate all the entries in the Book Awards to libraries and literacy programs in NM and AZ. This year we focussed on two libraries due to recent events that have impacted the accessibility to books by the public. The North Valley Public Library in Albuquerque suffered a huge fire a couple of months ago and it damaged most of the books in the building. We have made a huge donation to them in an effort to get books back into the hands of its public. The second library is in Alamogordo, where the city fathers decided to not fund any more book acquisitions this year. So we are making a big donation there as well. We did also make significant donation of books to the public libraries in Santa Fe (all three branches), Albuquerque Main branch, Rio Rancho, Aztec, Los Lunas, Silver City, and the Historical Society of New Mexico.

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