Women's Prize for Fiction longlist - in pictures
Wednesday 13 March 2013
The Women’s Prize for Fiction, the UK’s only annual book award for fiction written by a woman, today announces the 2013 longlist. Now in its eighteenth year - and known from 1996 to 2012 as the Orange Prize for Fiction - the Prize celebrates excellence, originality and accessibility in writing by women in English from throughout the world.
Women's Prize for Fiction longlist in full:
A Trick I Learned From Dead Men
Life After Life
The Marlowe Papers
The People of Forever are Not Afraid
Weidenfeld & Nicolson
How Should A Person Be?
May We Be Forgiven
Faber & Faber
Deborah Copaken Kogan
The Red Book
Bring Up the Bodies
Chatto & Windus
Where’d You Go, Bernadette
Weidenfeld & Nicolson
The Light Between Oceans
Mateship with Birds
G. Willow Wilson
Alif the Unseen
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