With the winner’s announcement set for November 16, the Booker Prize for Fiction tonight has released its 2023 shortlist of six titles.
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.
The public is invited to propose names for the Booker’s Jan Pieńkowski-designed trophy, then vote on a shortlist.
Translation rights for the Booker’s 2022 winner reportedly have sold into 24 languages since ‘The Seven Moons of Maali Alemeida’ won.
A tale of a war photographer’s post-death search for truth in Sri Lanka’s violence wins the UK’s Booker Prize for Fiction.
Half the shortlisted books for the £50,000 Booker Prize for Fiction are from independent publishers. The winner will be known October 17.
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.
To ‘survey this year’s harvest,’ as jury chair Neil MacGregor puts it, the Booker Foundation announces its 2022 jurors.
Calling himself ‘a writer fascinated by the edge of the map,’ South Africa’s Damon Galgut finally wins the Booker on his third shortlisting.