C&W holds competition for 'must-read' novels

Literary agency Conville and Walsh has launched a competition to find new novels "that people just can't stop talking about". The agency is offering a prize of £1,000 and possible representation to an unpublished work in its new Word of Mouth competition, which will be judged by author Matt Haig, alongside Dulwich Books' Sheila O'Reilly and joint head of translation rights at Conville & Walsh, Alexandra McNicoll. They will be joined by agents Susan Armstrong and Sophie Lambert, as well as longtime reader for the agency, David Llewelyn, who will be the honorary chair. Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

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