Book Awards Program Advertisement Opportunities

  • About the New England Society Book Awards

    The New England Society Book Awards honor New England history and recognize books of merit that celebrate New England culture. Awards are presented annually to the authors of books published in the previous 12 months, in any of four categories: Fiction, Nonfiction, Art & Photography, and Specialty Titles. Nominated titles must be set in or be about New England.

  • The 2023 Book Awards Event will take place on Wednesday, September 14, from 6 to 8 PM at the historic National Arts Club in New York City. Attendees will include the award-winning authors, NES members, guests and publishing insiders. Our program book commemorates the winners and is distributed to attendees and members.

  • Don’t miss this opportunity to promote your company to event attendees, while being recognized as a supporter of our 218-year-old organization and its long tradition of promoting New England heritage and culture.

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  • All ads should be at least 300dpi; sizes are without bleeds. Artwork to be submitted by August 31, 2023.

  • Not interested in advertising? Send a donation! NES also welcomes contributions of any size to support the Annual Book Awards program. Your contribution will be acknowledged in the Program Book if received before August 31, 2023.

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About the new england society

The New England Society in the City of New York (NES) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 1805, when Thomas Jefferson was president of the United States and the population of New York was 75,770. The NES, one of the oldest social and charitable organizations in the country, was established to promote “friendship, charity and mutual assistance” among and on behalf of New Englanders living in New York. The Society celebrates and promotes the New England heritage through its charitable programs, cultural works and social activities.

Over the years, our cultural programs have included forums for prominent thinkers and writers. A range of speakers have addressed NES, including Ralph Waldo Emerson, Mark Twain, Ulysses S. Grant, Daniel Webster and more recently, William F. Buckley Jr., David McCullough and Harrison Salisbury. Proud of our rich history, we preserve and enrich the New England heritage for the New York community and far beyond.

All contributions to the program are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

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