Blooker Prize

May 15, 2007 at 8:00 am | Posted in books, food | Leave a comment

blook (noun) A blook can refer to either an object manufactured to imitate a bound book, an online book published via a blog, or a printed book that contains or is based on content from a blog. Source- wikipedia.com

Blooker Prize – annual $10,000 prize awarded to the best book of the year based on a blog.

This year’s award winner is Colby Buzzell whose book about his service in Iraq will be published by Penguin later this year.

Last year’s winner wrote about her effort to cook all 524 Julia Child recipes in one year.  Her book is now being adapted to the screen by the director of “When Harry Met Sally”.

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