Katarzyna Ostrowska’s aim in this article is to present a typology of contemporary Polish book reportage based on linguistic and stylistic criteria on the example of three texts awarded with the Beata Pawlak Prize: Witold Szabłowski’s Zabójca z miasta moreli. Reportaże z Turcji [A Killer from the City of Apricots. Reports from Turkey], Bartosz Jastrzębski and Jędrzej Morawiecki’s Krasnojarsk zero [Krasnoyarsk Zero], and Dariusz Rosiak’s Ziarno i krew. Podróż śladami bliskowschodnich chrześcijan [Grain and Blood. A Journey in the Footsteps of Middle Eastern Christians]. Ostrowska refers to the previous classifications of the reportage genre by Jacek Maziarski, Jadwiga Litwin, and Kazimierz Wolny-Zmorzyński and goes on to propose her own typology in reference to the reportages under scrutiny by taking into account the presence of specific features of functional styles: artistic, journalistic, and scientific.