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Anne de Marcken, Jonathan Buckley, win Novel Prize 2022
22 March 2023
It Lasts Forever and Then It’s Over, by American interdisciplinary artist and writer Anne de Marcken, and Tell, by British author and teacher Jonathan Buckley, have been named joint winners of the 2022 Novel Prize.
The Novel Prize is a biennial award for a book-length work of literary fiction written in English by published and unpublished writers around the world. It offers $10,000 to the winner and simultaneous publication in North America by New Directions, in the UK and Ireland by the London-based Fitzcarraldo Editions, and in Australia and New Zealand by the Sydney-based publisher Giramondo.
Both novels will be published simultaneously in 2024 by the three participating prize publishers. Australian author Jessica Au was the inaugural winner of the 2020 Novel Prize, with her book, Cold Enough for Snow.
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The 2023 Penguin Literary Prize shortlist
9 March 2023
The 2023 Penguin Literary Prize shortlist, consisting of six manuscripts by new and emerging Australian writers of literary fiction, has been unveiled:
- The Elementals by Liz Allan
- The Boy Who Wept Rabbits by Benjamin Forbes
- Falling and Burning by Michael Krockenberger
- Jade and Emerald by Michelle See-Tho
- Nothing Like The Sun by J.N. Read
- The Guggenheim by Heather Taylor-Johnson
The winner, to be named on Thursday 15 June 2023, will win a cash prize, and have the opportunity to see their work published.
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