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24 Oct 2014

Richard Flanagan and literature's literal coalface

Richard Flanagan's Man Booker Prize win seems to have come in the nick of time. He spent so long writing The Narrow Road to the Deep North that his finances were in such a parlous state that, he says, “I was contemplating going to get what work I could in the mines in far northern Australia because things had come to such a pass with my writing.”
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24 Oct 2014

Richard Flanagan and literature's literal coalface

Richard Flanagan's Man Booker Prize win seems to have come in the nick of time. He spent so long writing The Narrow Road to the Deep North that his finances were in such a parlous state that, he says, “I was contemplating going to get what work I could in the mines in far northern Australia because things had come to such a pass with my writing.”
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22 Oct 2014

Designer bindings of Man Booker shortlist on display at Waterstones, Piccadilly

One of the many exciting moments at this year’s Man Booker Prize ceremony at the Guildhall was the presentation of unique, designer-bound editions of the shortlisted books to their authors. The stunning bindings, made by fellows of Designer Bookbinders, and will be on display at Waterstones, Piccadilly until Wednesday 29 October.
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17 Oct 2014

Richard Flanagan's winning ways

Richard Flanagan, the new Man Booker laureate after being awarded the prize on Tuesday night, has an appropriately winning way with words.
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15 Oct 2014

Richard Flanagan's acceptance speech

In Australia the Man Booker Prize is seen as something of a chicken raffle. I just didn't expect to end up being the chicken.

 

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14 Oct 2014

The Narrow Road to the Deep North - 2014 Man Booker Prize Winner


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11 Oct 2014

When and where to watch the Man Booker winner announcement...

On Tuesday 14 October the winner of the 2014 Man Booker Prize will be announced at a ceremony held at London’s Guildhall. 
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10 Oct 2014

Shhhh, writer reading

In the last few days before he learns whether he is a two-time Man Booker Prize winner, Howard Jacobson might well be found on a park bench in Russell Square, London.
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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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