The American author Barbara Kingsolver has become the only writer to win the United Kingdom’s Women’s Prize for Fiction twice.
The Women’s Prize 2023 shortlisted books are called by the jury ‘ambitious, diverse, thoughtful, hard-hitting and emotionally engaging.’
On the eve of International Women’s Day, the Women’s Prize for Fiction in England names 16 novels to its £30,000 longlist.
Twenty-eight years after being established, the Women’s Prize for Fiction is to get a nonfiction sister award in the United Kingdom.
Ruth Ozeki, based in Massachusetts, wins the Women’s Prize for Fiction for her fourth novel, ‘The Book of Form and Emptiness.’
The 2022 shortlist for the UK’s Women’s Prize for Fiction is headlined by work of Ruth Ozeki, Elif Shafak, and Louise Erdrich.
On International Women’s Day, the Women’s Prize for Fiction names 16 novels to its £30.000 longlist for 2022.
In London, the £30,000 Women’s Prize for Fiction goes to Susanna Clarke for her second novel, the fantasy ‘Piranesi.’
Two titles on this year’s Women’s Prize for Fiction shortlist are debuts. The winner of the 2021 edition is expected to be announced on May 7.
With six nationalities represented and the same number of debuts this year, the Women’s Prize for Fiction plans a July winner’s announcement.