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01 Oct 2014

Ask the author – 2014 Shortlist

Have you read this year’s shortlist and now have a burning question for one of the authors? Now is your chance to put them on the spot. In the coming days some of our 2014 shortlisted authors will be taking to our Twitter channel (@ManBookerPrize) to answer your questions
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01 Oct 2014

To Rise Again at a Decent Hour by Joshua Ferris - Shortlist author interview

Our interview with shortlisted author Joshua Ferris about To Rise Again at a Decent Hour
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01 Oct 2014

How to be Both by Ali Smith - Shortlisted author interview

Shortlist author interview with Ali Smith about How to be Both
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01 Oct 2014

The Lives of Others by Neel Mukherjee - Shortlist author interview

Our interview with shortlisted author Neel Mukherjee about The Lives of Others
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01 Oct 2014

We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves by Karen Joy Fowler - Shortlist author interview

Our interview with Karen Joy Fowler about her shortlisted We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves
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01 Oct 2014

J by Howard Jacobson - Shortlist author interview

Our interview with previous winner Howard Jacobson about his shortlisted J
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25 Sep 2014

The Narrow Road to the Deep North by Richard Flanagan - Shortlist author interview

We ask Richard Flanagan about The Narrow Road to the Deep North
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19 Sep 2014

Here's what you could have won...

To celebrate the fact that this year the Man Booker has been opened up to all novels written and published in English, regardless of nationality, the Guardian recently had an interesting exercise and asked various eminent literary bods which American novels would have deserved to win the prize in previous years.
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19 Sep 2014

Roddy Doyle writes his first Galaxy® Quick Read in collaboration with the Booker Prize Foundation

1993 Booker Prize winner Roddy Doyle is amongst the six authors announced as the names behind the 2015 Galaxy® Quick Reads titles. The books, which are sponsored by Galaxy®, will be published on 5 February 2015:
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15 Sep 2014

Brits on the edge

One of the common reactions to the announcement of the Man Booker Prize 2014 shortlist is a palpable sense of relief that it is not dominated by US authors, as was initially feared when the prize announced that it was opening up to all writers globally who wrote in English. 
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