Gorgias Press is proud of its award-winning titles and authors:
George Archer, A Place Between Two Places. Winner of the 26th World Award for the Book of the Year of the Islamic Republic of Iran, honoring the best works on Islamic and Iranian Studies (2018)
Tony Burke, The Syriac Tradition of the Infancy Gospel of Thomas. Winner of the Frank W. Beare Award which recognizes an outstanding book in the areas of Christian Origins, Post-Biblical Judaism and/or Graeco-Roman Religion (2018)
Christopher Paul Clohessy, Fâṭima, Daughter of Muhammad and Half of My Heart. Both books led to Clohessy being named the Distinguished Scholar of Shia Studies in the Islamic Republic of Iran's 28th World Book Awards (2020).
Rhiannon Graybill and Peter J. Sabo (eds.), “Who Knows What We'd Make of It, If We Ever Got Our Hands on It?” The Bible and Margaret Atwood. Winners of the Atwood Society Award for Best Edited Collection (2020)
V.K. McCarty, From Their Lips: The Voices of Early Christian Women. Winner of the the Institute for Studies in Eastern Christianity Research Prize (2020), and the Best Indie Book Awards, Religion/Spiritual (2021)
Aaron Michael Butts and Simcha Gross, The History of the ‘Slave of Christ’: From Jewish Child to Christian Martyr. Honorable Mention for the 2022 Mediterranean Seminar Prize for the Best Source Edition, Book Translation, or Essay Collection.
Author V.K. McCarty with her BIBA award. Photo credit: Tomas Spanski