W I L L   R O G E R S

  M E D A L L I O N  

  A W A R D

 

We are pleased and proud to present the winners for the 2021 Will Rogers Medallion Awards.
This has been an extraordinary year, both for the notably high quality and
the large number of entries received. Congratulations!


To view the winners of the 2021 Will Rogers Medallion Awards, click here

I M P O R T A N T   D A T E S

Nov. 1,
2021

Oct.
2022

Submissions are now open for the 2022 Will Rogers Medallion Awards as of November 1, 2021. Deadline for submission is March 15, 2022.

Books, short stories, and CDs submitted must have a copyright date of 2021.

Read our submission guidelines and find out more about how to submit your book here.

The 2022 Will Rogers Medallion Awards will be held October 22, 2022, in Fort Worth, Texas.

More details to follow.

*To order photographs from the WRMA 2021 ceremony, please visit photographer Joe Ownbey's website between the dates 11-2-21 and 12-10-21. Use this direct link to the gallery (you will need to enter your email address to access the photo gallery).  

https://ownbeyphotography.shootproof.com/WRMA2021

*For past and present winners who would like to order WRMA Medallion Stickers for your book covers:

Please email Laurie (laurie@magnificentsam.com) with your sticker request, and she will give you instructions for mailing your check. Cost of stickers is $3.50 for every 10 stickers ordered (please order in increments of ten).

*Be sure to visit the website of our official photographer, Joe Ownbey, of Ownbey Photographyhttps://ownbeyphotography.com/

*The host hotel for the Awards is La Quinta North, 4700 North Fwy in Ft. Worth.   817-222-2888

N E W S

The founder of the Will Rogers Medallion Awards, Charles Williams, has recently retired as Executive Director of WRMA and will serve as Emeritus Director. The new WRMA Executive Director is Chris Enss. We thank Charles for his vision and many years of service to the organization, and welcome Chris to her new position. 

O F F I C I A L   H O M E   P A G E

"A man only learns by two things: one is reading, and the other is association with smarter people."—Will Rogers