All electronically published works—novels, novellas, short stories, anthologies, graphic novels, nonfiction, children’s books, and poetry—are eligible. A complete list of categories, along with the cocmpetition rules and entry form, can be found on the contest page of the organization’s website. Although only ebooks are eligible for the competition, books do not have to be published only electronically. You may enter a book published both in print and electronic formats.
EPIC’s eBook Competition™ started in 2000 and is the oldest contest honoring eBooks and the ePublishing industry.
If you are published electronically, take a look at membership in EPIC, the Electronic Publishing Industry Coalition. I have been a member since 1999 and have judged in the competition since it started.