Award-Winning Publications

2017

Altermundos: Latin@ Speculative Literature, Film, and Popular Culture, edited by Cathryn Josefina Merla- Watson and B. V. Olguín Alejandro Anreus
  • International Latino Book Awards, 1st Place, Best Cover Illustration (artwork by Laura Molina)

2015

Luis Cruz Azaceta, by Alejandro Anreus
  • International Latino Book Awards, 1st Place, Best Arts Book (English)

2014

Pepón Osorio, by Jennifer A. González
  • International Latino Book Awards, 2nd Place, Best Arts Book (English)
  • International Latino Book Awards, Honorable Mention, Best Latino-Focused Nonfiction (English)
Ricardo Valverde, by Ramón García
  • International Latino Book Awards, 2nd Place, Best First Book Nonfiction (English)
  • International Latino Book Awards, 2nd Place, Best Latino-Focused Nonfiction (English)
  • International Latino Book Awards, Honorable Mention, Best Arts Book (English)

2013

The Arhoolie Foundation’s Strachwitz Frontera Collection of Mexican and Mexican American Recordings, by Agustín Gurza with essays by Jonathan Clark and Chris Strachwitz
  • Association for Recorded Sound Collections (ARSC) Awards for Excellence in Historical Recorded Sound Research, Winner, Best Historical Research in Recorded Folk, Ethnic, or Country Music – Discography
  • International Latino Book Awards, 1st Place, Best History Book (English)
  • International Latino Book Awards, 1st Place, Best Reference Book (English)
  • International Latino Book Awards, 2nd Place, Best Nonfiction Multi-Author (English)
Rafael Ferrer, by Deborah Cullen
  • International Latino Book Awards, 1st Place, Best Arts Book (English)
Floricanto en Aztlán (second edition), by Alurista with illustrations by Judithe Hernández  
  • International Latino Book Awards, 1st Place, Best Poetry Book One Author (Spanish)
  • International Latino Book Awards, Honorable Mention, Best Arts Book (Spanish or Bilingual)
  • International Latino Book Awards, Honorable Mention, Best Gift Book (English)
  • International Latino Book Awards, 2nd Place, Best History Book (English)
  • International Latino Book Awards, 2nd Place, Best Reference Book (English)
  • International Latino Book Awards, Honorable Mention, Best Latino-Focused Nonfiction Book (English) 

2012

L.A. Xicano, by Chon A. Noriega, Terezita Romo, and Pilar Tompkins Rivas
  • Independent Publisher (IPPY) Book Awards, Gold Medal, West-Pacific Best Regional Non-fiction
  • International Latino Book Awards, 1st Place, Best Arts Book (English)
Malaquias Montoya, by Terezita Romo
  • International Latino Book Awards, 2nd Place, Best Arts Book (English)
The Oscar Castillo Papers and Photograph Collection, edited by Colin Gunckel with essays by Rudy Acuña, Leonardo Castellanos, Ernesto Chábez, Harry Gamboa Jr., Colin Gunckel, Elize Mazadiego, Roberto Tejada, Jesús Salvador Treviño
  • International Latino Book Awards, Honorable Mention, Best Reference Book (English)

2011

Carmen Lomas Garza, by Constance Cortez
  • International Latino Book Awards, 1st Place, Best Arts Book (English)
  • International Latino Book Awards, 2nd Place, Best Reference Book (English)

2010

María Brito, by Juan A. Martínez
  • International Latino Book Awards, 1st Place and Triple Crown Award Winner, Best Arts Book (English)
  • International Latino Book Awards, Honorable Mention, Best Arts Book (English)
  • International Latino Book Awards, 2nd Place, Best Reference Book (English)
Yolanda M. López, by Karen Mary Davalos
  • National Association for Chicano and Chicana Studies (NACCS) Book Awards, Honorable Mention
Celia Alvarez Muñoz, by Robert Tejada
  • International Latino Book Awards, 2nd Place, Arts Book (English)

2009

  • International Latino Book Awards, 1st Place, Best Health Book (English)
Yolanda M. López, by Karen Mary Davalos
  • International Latino Book Awards, Honorable Mention, Best Nonfiction Arts Book (English)
  • International Latino Book Awards, 2nd Place, Best Biography (English)
“Ethno-Racial Profiling and State Violence in a Southwest Barrio," by Pat Rubio Goldsmith, Mary Romero, Raquel Rubio-Goldsmith, Manuel Escobedo, and Laura Khoury (Aztlán: A Journal of Chicano Studies, 34:1)
  • Latin American Studies Association (LASA) Latino Studies Section Article Award

2006

Self-Help Graphics & Art, Art in the Heart of East Los Angeles, edited by Colin Gunckel with essay by Kristen Guzman
  • International Latino Book Awards, 1st Place, Best Reference Book (English)