The Folklore Society is celebrating non-print media publications originating in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland with their biennial prize, established in 2014.
Eligible publications may explore any aspects of traditional and popular culture, narrative, beliefs, customs and folk arts, including studies with a literary, anthropological, linguistic, sociological or geographical bias. This may include publications of new and older field-collected material and related studies.
The award is open to all non-print media English-language publications on folklore in a permanent and durable form (CD, DVD etc.), having their first, original and initial publication in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland in the 2 years from 1 June to 31 May of the award year.
To read the full list of rules and criteria, visit the Folkore Society website.