Atkinson, Hawkins and Ishiguro longlisted for €100k Dublin Literary award

Titles from Kate Atkinson, Paula Hawkins and Kazuo Ishiguro are among the 23 British novels longlisted for the €100,000 (£85,407.66) International Dublin Literary award 2017. Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

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Anna Burns wins €100k International Dublin Literary Award

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The longlist for this year’s €100,000 International DUBLIN Literary Award is 156 books long.

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The International Dublin Literary Award Longlist: 147 Books

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Anna Burns wins the International Dublin Literary Award for Milkman.

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