The British Society for Literature and Science is pleased to invite nominations for the annual BSLS Book Prize.
The prize of £150 will be awarded to the best book published in 2008 in the field of literature and science. We therefore invite nominations, including self-nominations, for books to be considered. Monographs, edited volumes, editions, and books of creative writing are all eligible for consideration. The book must be in English and must have ‘2008’ as its publication date.
Please send nominations, including author, title and publisher to Dr Michael Whitworth (book-prize convenor) at email@example.com, with ‘BSLS Book Prize’ as the subject heading. The deadline for receipt of nominations is 16 January 2009.
• The book prize was launched in 2007; the winner of the first prize was Ralph O’Connor, for The Earth on Show: Fossils and the Poetics of Popular Science, 1802-1856 (U of Chicago P, 2007)
• Nominations are invited from society members and from publishers. The authors or editors of the nominated books need not be members of the society.
• The winner of this year’s prize will be announced at the BSLS’s 2009 conference in Reading