Marcel’s Letters is awarded a Gold IPPY
Marcel's Letters awarded a Gold IPPY in the category of "Best First Book - Non-fiction"
Marcel's Letters, IPPY award, 2018 IPPY, award-winning book, Carolyn Porter, Marcel Heuzé
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Marcel’s Letters is awarded a Gold IPPY

Front cover of book, Marcel's Letters, with announcement of IPPY Gold Medal


This week I learned Marcel’s Letters was awarded a gold medal in the 2018 Independent Publisher Book Awards (the book tied with  Armand Merizon: His Life and Art 1920-2010, by Muriel Zandstra).

“Launched in 1996 and conducted each year to honor the year’s best independently published books, the IPPY Awards recognize merit in a broad range of subjects and reward authors and publishers who “take chances and break new ground.” Independent publishers play an important role in the world of books, offering an alternative to “the big five” conglomerated media publishers. Thanks to small presses, university presses, and self-publishing services that give experimental and entrepreneurial authors a platform, the IPPY universe is rapidly expanding — and that gives adventurous readers an abundance of choices.” —Independent Publisher website

To see the full list of 2018 winners, click here.