BLOG Kathryn Gray

21/04/2010

Wales Book of the Year 2010 Longlist announced

The longlist for the English language Welsh Book of the Year has been announced. The titles in contention for the £10,000 prize are as follows: Carry Me Home by Terri Wiltshire, Pocket Notebook by Mike Thomas, Self-Portrait as Ruth by Jasmine Donahaye, The Meaning of Pictures by Peter Lord, The Woman at the Window by Emyr Humphreys, I Spy Pinhole Eye by Philip Gross, The Songbird is Singing bu Alun Trevor, A Single Swallow by Horatio Clare, Wan Hu's Flying Chair by Richard Marggraf Turley, Nikolai Tolstoy, The Oldest British Prose Literature: The Compilation of the Four Branches of the Mabinogi by Nikolai Tolstoy.

The ten titles will become three when the shortlist is announced at the Hay Festival on 6 June.

       


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