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14 Aug 2015

Introducing The Man Booker Vloggers

This year, the Man Booker Prize will be running its own vlog book club, featuring five popular, literary vloggers in the UK and Canada.
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07 Aug 2015

The Man Booker and world travel


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31 Jul 2015

First impressions...

Left field, surprising, ecumenical, catholic, global . . . the announcement of the 2015 Man Booker longlist has spurred a wide range of descriptive terms in newspapers, magazines and online (and, no doubt whereever books are discussed) but, so far, no one mot juste.
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29 Jul 2015

Who saw that coming?

Even by the standards of Man Booker longlists, which have taught followers of literature to expect the unexpected, this year's Man Booker Dozen is, well, unexpected.     
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29 Jul 2015

Man Booker Prize announces 2015 longlist

The longlist, or ‘Man Booker Dozen’, for the £50,000 Man Booker Prize is announced today, Wednesday 29 July 2015.
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24 Jul 2015

An earful of the Man Booker

The Man Booker Prize is traditionally a feast for the eyes and the mind. Now, ever mindful of the need to provide aficionados with a regular Man Booker fix, it is titillating another sense too – the ears. 
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24 Jul 2015

The Man Booker Prize Podcast

Today marks the launch of the ‘Man Booker Prize Podcast’ – an exciting new audio series that takes as its focus the prize’s tagline, Fiction at its Finest, and looks at the very best from the world of books.
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17 Jul 2015

Man Booker on the Big-Screen and Beyond

The countdown is well and truly on for this year’s Man Booker Prize longlist, which will be announced on 29 July.
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10 Jul 2015

Betting, Books and International Fiction

The announcement trailed in last week’s newsletter caused much speculation, as Jonathan Taylor revealed at the press conference on Tuesday.
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07 Jul 2015

Evolution of the Man Booker International Prize announced

As the Man Booker Prize closes in on its fiftieth year, things look rather different than they did when the prize was founded back in 1969.
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