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Jerwood Fiction Uncovered Prize 2015

176 fict u logioMore recommended reads! In the Fiction Uncovered list every year, you can discover some less well-known good reads. The list aims to highlight the best of British fiction of all kinds, provide retail promotion as well as prize money to eight winners. Great writing to discover in their apt strapline. More information on the prize can be found here. It’s a source you might not otherwise hear of. I usually try and read at least one from the list.

Here is the longlist for 2015, announced on Tuesday 12th May. (For links click on the titles)

Now, (drums fingers) what to choose ….?

Mother and sister of the artist by Berthe Morisot 1969/70 National Gallery of Art, US, via wikicommons

Mother and sister of the artist by Berthe Morisot 1969/70 National Gallery of Art, US, via wikicommons

The eight winners will be announced on Thursday 18th June. As with many prizes, however, we the readers are the winners because good books are being drawn to our attention. Read on!

 

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