The Man Booker Prize for Fiction’s 50th anniversary ‘Golden Man Booker’ best-of-the-best novel has been named as The English Patient by Michael Ondaatje.
The Duchess of Cornwall has welcomed winners of the Man Booker Prize for Fiction along with jurors and others to a Buckingham Palace reception as the ‘Golden Man Booker’ weekend programming begins at Southbank Centre.
Resurfacing many lesser-known Man Booker Prize for Fiction winners of the past, the Booker Foundation opens a crowdsourced competition to select the best of the best of 50 years.
The 50th anniversary ‘Golden Man Booker Prize’ will go to one of the five titles shortlisted from five decades of previous winners. The public now is voting to determine which of these books will be most ‘golden’ of all.
It’s a great day for the Irish, as Ireland’s writers claim four of the 13 spots on the Booker Prize for Fiction’s newly announced longlist.
Georgi Gospodinov and translator Angela Rodel have won the 2023 International Booker Prize for ‘Time Shelter,’ the program’s first win from Bulgaria.
Announcing its 2023 longlist of novels written in 11 languages, the International Booker Prize shares its sales impact on last year’s winner.
Translation rights for the Booker’s 2022 winner reportedly have sold into 24 languages since ‘The Seven Moons of Maali Alemeida’ won.
The 2022 Booker Prize longlist comprises writings from the United States, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Zimbabwe, and Sri Lanka.
The ‘Booker Prize Book Club Challenge’ will be won by a book club that produces the most impressive social media for the shortlist.