Bloomsbury, Faber and Granta make Polari 2019 shortlists

Bloomsbury has scooped two nominations on the Polari 2019 shortlists with titles from indies Faber, Granta and Orenda also up for awards. Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

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Adam, Donkor and Mackmin make 2019 Desmond Elliott Prize shortlist

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Granta's Rausing makes Ondaatje shortlist

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Faber and Granta power Folio Prize shortlist

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Faber and Cape makes Wales Book of the Year shortlist

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Four indies make Polari Prize shortlist

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Faber pre-empts Ross' 'rare' love story 15 years in the making

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SoA unveils shortlists for 2019's Translation Prizes

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Tony Lothian Prize 2019 shortlist revealed

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2020 YA Book Adaptations To Make Popcorn For: Critical Linking, November 26, 2019

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Ellman and Barr make Saltire Literary Awards shortlist as new prizes introduced

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Chadwick and McMillan win 2019 Polari Prizes

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Alexa makes first Faber Social purchase

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Bookshops reveal favourite books of 2019 as Obama, Porter and Thunberg make the grade

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Bezmozgis, Ohlin Make Giller Prize Shortlist

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Center for Fiction Names 2019 First Novel Prize Shortlist

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Here are the seven shortlisted debut novels for the 2019 Center for Fiction First Novel Prize.

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