The results of the 2018 Foreword Reviews Indie Awards were announced on June 14 and over a dozen Consortium titles took home medals! Congratulations to all these authors:
- Rebecca Solnit’s Call Them by Their True Names: American Crises (And Essays) (Haymarket Books) won the Editor’s Choice Prize for Nonfiction.
- Gold medalists: Tara Lynn Masih’s My Real Name Is Hanna (Mandel Vilar Press); Vanessa Blakeslee’s Perfect Conditions (Curbside Splendor Publishing); Susan Reed and Ginny Stibolt’s Climate-Wise Landscaping: Practical Actions for a Sustainable Future (New Society Publishers).
- Silver medalists: Hilary Zaid’s Paper Is White (Bywater Books); Nona Caspers’s The Fifth Woman (Sarabande Books); Octavio Solis’s Retablos: Stories from a Life Lived Along the Border (City Lights Publishers); Gabrielle Bell’s Cecil & Jordan in New York (Uncivilized Books).
- Bronze medalists: L. Hunter Lovins, Stewart Wallis, Anders Wijkman, and John Fullerton’s A Finer Future: Creating an Economy in Service to Life (New Society Publishers); Marcelo Hernandez Castillo’s Cenzontle (BOA Editions); Helen Wilkes’s The Aging of Aquarius (New Society Press); Amy Chavez and Jun Hazuki’s Amy’s Guide to Best Behavior in Japan (Stone Bridge Press); Dolores Brown and Sonja Wimmer’s The Truly Brave Princesses (NubeOcho).
Edna Iturralde’s Green Was My Forest (Mandel Vilar Press), Henriqueta Cristina and Yara Kono’s Three Balls of Wool (trans. Lyn Miller-Lachmann; Enchanted Lion Books), Nari Hong’s Days With Dad (Enchanted Lion Books), Tara Lynn Masih’s My Real Name Is Hanna (Mandel Vilar Press), Donovan Mixon’s Ahgottahandleonit (Cinco Puntos Press), and Xelena González and Adriana M. Garcia’s All Around Us (Cinco Puntos Press) were all recipients of 2019 Skipping Stones Honor Awards.
Annie Besant and Ryika Sen’s The Dragon’s Toothache (Karadi Tales) is shortlisted for the 2020 Jarul Book Children’s Choice Award.