Open call – The Anamorphosis Prize

Bluewater Shore, copyright 2017 Douglas Stockdale Open call: The Anamorphosis Prize for self-published photo-based books. The Anamorphosis Prize was established to promote excellence, dialogue and excitement in the field of self-published photobooks and photo-based artist books. The word anamorphosis is derived from the Greek, ana meaning again and morphe meaning form. Anamorphosis is a distortion that... Continue Reading →

NY Art Book Fair – September 2017

NY Art Book Fair, Printed Matters, Inc Big reminder that Printed Matters NY Art Book Fair is almost upon us, with a preview September 21s and the event runs September 22nd - 24th, 2017 at MoMA PS1, Long Island City, Queens. While access to the Preview, from 6-9pm, is a whopping 10 bucks (and supports NYABF17),... Continue Reading →

FineBooks & Collections – Autumn 2017

Copyright 2017 by Journalistic, Inc., Chapel Hill, NC Editor: Rebecca Rego Barry Photography columnist: Andrea Volpe Stiffcover, perfect bound magazine Through serendipity I recently came to know of FineBooks & Collections, a quarterly published by Journalistic, Inc. out of their Chapel Hill, NC offices. As you might imagine the magazine reports on all things related... Continue Reading →

Media partners – Lucie Foundation

Lucie Foundation, Photo Book Prize We are very happy to announce that The PhotoBook Journal is a media partner with the Lucie Foundation for their first Photo Book Prize. We will continue to provide additional updates on the Book Prize as information becomes available. The deadline for making the virtual book submission is looming. Books... Continue Reading →


Lucie Foundation We think that this is another interesting photobook prize to consider; here are the details: The Lucie Foundation is dedicated to celebrating all forms of photography, in print and online and is pleased to introduce the Lucie Photo Book Prize. This program is a juried competition open to a diversity of submissions -... Continue Reading →

LACP workshop: Marketing Your Photo Book

Just a brief followup reminder from my earlier announcement in April that there is still space available for the LACP (Los Angles Center of Photography) workshop Marketing Your Photo Book which I am leading. Marketing and selling a photobook has similarities to photographic prints but there are enough nuances that if not addressed can end... Continue Reading →

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