The Henry and Anne Paolucci Book Award honors the best book that advances conservative principles. The finalists for the award will be announced in January 2018. (Nominations are now closed.)
The winning author will receive a $5,000 cash award and deliver a talk on his or her book during a dinner ceremony in Philadelphia on Saturday, April 7, 2018. The Paolucci Book Award lectures are routinely broadcast on C-SPAN’s Book TV. (Watch videos below.)
Recent winners of the Paolucci Book Award include the historian Bradley J. Birzer for Russell Kirk: American Conservative, biographer Richard Brookhiser for Founders’ Son: A Life of Abraham Lincoln, British politician and journalist Daniel Hannan for Inventing Freedom, Notre Dame historian Brad S. Gregory for The Unintended Reformation, and Hudson Institute senior fellow John Fonte for Sovereignty or Submission. A distinguished panel of judges will select this year’s winner.