Individuals ages 18 and older residing in Brazil can compete for a prize.
There are two awards available: the Amazon Book-Reportage Prize, intended for a journalistic book written in Brazilian Portuguese, and the Book-Reportage University Highlight, for nonfiction work or a capstone paper written by journalism students or journalists who graduated after December 2015.
The winner of the Book-Reportage Prize will receive BRL10,000 and will have his or her e-book printed by Editora Record. The winner of the Book-Reportage University Highlight will be awarded BRL5,000.
Contestants must publish their works on Amazon through the Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) tool.
The deadline is Oct. 31.
For more information on how to enter (in Portuguese), click here.