Tag: Benjamin Franklin Awards

“Forbidden Citizens” Recognized with Two Awards: APALA and Benjamin Franklin Awards

“Forbidden Citizens” Recognized with Two Awards: APALA and Benjamin Franklin Awards

ALEXANDRIA, VA – (July 9, 2013) “Forbidden Citizens,” a text book covering the legislative history of the U.S. Chinese Exclusion Laws, has received two prestigious awards. The Asian and Pacific American Librarians Association (APALA) has named “Forbidden Citizens” an Honor Book in the category of adult non-fiction for 2013. IBPA, the Independent Book Publishers Association, […]

Four Out of Ten Books Published by TheCapitol.Net Receive High Honors at Benjamin Franklin Awards

Four Out of Ten Books Published by TheCapitol.Net Receive High Honors at Benjamin Franklin Awards

How many presses can claim 40 percent of their books as winner or finalist in one of the publishing industry’s most prestigious awards? TheCapitol.Net is one that can. The Virginia-based DC-area publisher has published ten titles, all on understanding how the federal government, Washington, and the media actually work. Four of them have received recognition […]