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The award-winning novelist Kamila Shamsie, who has just won the Women’s Prize for Fiction with Home Fire, and the novelist and non-fiction writer Susan Hill will join Andrew Holgate on the judging panel of The Sunday Times / Peter Frasers + Dunlop Young Writer of the Year Award, in association with the University of Warwick.
The National Centre for Writing launches this week in Norwich, following a £2m extension and restoration of historic Dragon Hall. The new centre, backed by patrons including Margaret Atwood, JM Coetzee, Sarah Perry, Elif Shafak and Ali Smith, will be a physical and digital space to explore the artistic and social power of creative writing, and support the creation and enjoyment of world literature.
National Poetry Day and BBC Local Radio are joining forces to celebrate the small changes that really matter to people in 12 specially commissioned poems – one for each of the 12 BBC regions in England.
An international jury of eminent historians with research interests as varied as America nationalism, European integration, violence in Africa and women’s history has been announced as the jury of the 2018 Cundill History Prize.
“One of the most reliably brilliant novelists writing with humour and insight about women’s lives, I think Keyes gets better and better.” - Alice O’Keeffe, The Bookseller’s Fiction preview of The Break