The winners of the United States’ ‘5 Under 35’ honors are 34 or younger and are chosen by selectors for the National Book Foundation.
Work from Australia, Nigeria, the Republic of Ireland, the United Kingdom, and Somalia is on the Dylan Thomas Prize 2023 shortlist.
The £10,000 Young Writer of the Year award from the UK’s Sunday Times goes to Tom Benn for his fourth novel, ‘Oxblood.’
This four-title shortlist for the Sunday Times Charlotte Aitken Trust Young Writer of the Year Award is to yield a winner by mid-March.
An accolade just in time for author Patricia Lockwood: she’s now 40, no longer eligible to be proposed for a Dylan Thomas Prize.
Frequently given shortlist and longlist attention, Cal Flyn’s socio-ecological study ‘Islands of Abandonment’ wins Young Writer of the Year.
The shortlist for the 2021 Sunday Times Charlotte Aitken Trust award includes poetry, nonfiction, and three novels.
The updated schedule for the United Kingdom’s Young Writer of the Year Award will put its shortlist and winners’ announcements into the new year.
The new award, with its inaugural presentation set for next summer, is open to submissions both in fiction and nonfiction.
A book the jury says ‘challenges us to interrogate what we see when it pertains to sex and gender, ‘Pew’ has drawn a lot of award attention.