The prizewinners of the year

Aristeion (European Literature) ECU20,000The Following Story by Cees Noteboom (Harvill)

Betty Trask (Romantic novels) pounds 27,000You'll Never Be Here Again by Mark Blackaby (Gollancz)

Pig by Andrew Cowan, Tommy Was Here by Simon Corrigan (Deutsch)

Mothers and Others by Joanna Briscoe

Boardman Tasker (Mountaineering) pounds 1,500The Ascent by Jeff Long (Headline)

Booker pounds 20,000Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha by Roddy Doyle (Secker & Warburg)

Carnegie Medal (Children)Flour Babies by Anne Fine (Hamish Hamilton)

Cholmondeley (Poets) pounds 2,000 eachPatricia Beer, George Mackay Brown,

P J Kavanagh, Michael Longley

Commonwealth Writers Prize pounds 10,000The Ancestor Game by Alex Miller (Penguin)

pounds 3,000 The Thousands of Faces of Night by Githa Hariharan

CWA Cartier Diamond Dagger (Crime)Ellis Peters

CWA Gold Dagger (Fiction)Cruel and Unusual by Patricia D Cornwell (Little Brown)

Silver Dagger (Fiction)Fatland by Sarah Dunant (Hamish Hamilton)

Gold Dagger (Non-fiction)Murder in the Heart by Alexandra Artley (Hamish Hamilton)

David Cohen (British Literature) pounds 30,000V S Naipaul

David Higham (Fiction) pounds 1,000Love your Enemies by Nicola Barker (Faber)

Eric Gregory (Poetry) pounds 27,000Eleanor Brown, Joel Lane, Deryn Rees-Jones, Sean Boustead,

Tracey Herd, Angela McSeventy

Earthworm Award (Enviromental) pounds 2,000Strange Orbit by Margaret Simpson (Scholastic)

Encore Award (Second novel) pounds 7,500The Heather Blazing by Colm Toibin (Picador)

Esquire / Volvo / Waterstone's (Non-fiction) pounds 5,000And When Did You Last See Your Father

by Blake Morrison (Granta)

Fawcett (Women's writing) pounds 2,000Wild Swans by Jung Chang (HarperCollins)

Forward (Poetry) pounds 10,000 Mean Time by Carol Ann Duffy (Anvil Press);

pounds 5,000 Nil Nil by Don Paterson (Faber)

pounds 1,000 Judith by Vicki Feaver

Guardian (Fiction) pounds 2,000The Eye In The Door by Pat Barker (Viking)

Geoffrey Faber Memorial (Fiction) pounds 1,000 The Quantity Theory of Insanity

by Will Self (Bloomsbury)

Glenfiddich Trophy pounds 3,000Alan Davidson

Glenfiddich Awards pounds 800: FoodThe Legendary Cuisine of Persia

by Margaret Shaida (Lieuse Publications)

DrinkPuligny-Montrachet: Journal of a Village in Burgundy

by Simon Loftus (Ebury)

Governor General's Award (Canada) Candollars 10,000The Stone Diaries by Carol Shields (4th Estate)

Independent (Foreign fiction) pounds 10,000The Year of the Death of Ricardo Reis by Jose Saramago

translated by Giovanni Pontiero (Harvill)

Irish Times: International fiction IR pounds 10,000The Shipping News by E Annie Proulx (4th Estate)

Non-Fiction IR pounds 7,500An Evil Cradling by Brian Keenan (Hutchinson)

First book (Irish) IR pounds 7,500The Fallen and Other Stories by John MacKenna (Blackstaff)

James Tait Black (Fiction) pounds 1,500Sacred Country by Rose Tremain (Sinclair-Stevenson)

J R Ackerley (Autobiography) pounds 2,000More Please by Barry Humphries (Viking)

Le Prix Aujourd'hui (Political / History) FF5,000Milan Kundera

Mail on Sunday Llewellyn Rhys pounds 5,000Sweet Thames by Matthew Kneale (Sinclair-Stevenson)

McKitterick (First Novel) pounds 5,000The Tap Dancer by Andrew Barrow (Duckworth)

McVities (Scottish Writer of the Year) pounds 10,000Landscape and Memories

by John Prebble (HarperCollins)

Macmillan Silver Pen: Fiction pounds 500 Proofs and Three Parables by George Steiner (Faber)

Non-fiction pounds 1,000An Evil Cradling by Brian Keenan (Hutchinson)

Macmillan Prize (Children's Picture Book) pounds 1,000Look Out, Look Out,

Mad Animals About by Joanne Kouyoumdjian

Mind Book Of The Year / Allen Lane pounds 1,000Fifty Years In The System by Jimmy Laing (Corgi)

National Art Book pounds 2,000The British Museum Book of Chinese Art, Ed. Jessica Rawson

National Book Award (US) dollars 10,000The Shipping News by E Annie Proulx (4th Estate)

Natural World Book of the Year AwardThe Hidden Landscape by Richard Fortey (Cape)

NCR (Non-fiction) pounds 25,000Never Again by Peter Hennessy (Cape)

Nobel (Literature)Toni Morrison

Peterloo (Poets) pounds 2,000Visiting The Home Of The Brave by Anna Crowe

Prix Goncourt FF50The Rock of Tanios by Amin Maalouf (Quartet)

Prix FeminaL'Oeil de Silence by Marc Lambron (Flammarion)

Prix Femina EtrangerL'Enfant Vole (The Child in Time) by Ian McEwan (Cape)

Pulitzer dollars 3,000 A Good Scent from a Strange Mountain by Robert Olen Butler (Minerva)

Rhone-Poulenc (Science) pounds 10,000The Making of Memory by Steven Rose (Bantam)

Runciman pounds 1,000A Concise History of Greece by Richard Clogg (Cambridge)

Sagittarius pounds 2,000The Strange Case of Mademoiselle P (Chatto & Windus)

Schliegel-Tieck (Translation) pounds 1400: John Brownjohn for The Swedish Cavalier

by Leo Perutz (Harvill) and Infanta by Bodo Kirchhoff (Harvill)

pounds 800: Michael Hofmann for Death in Rome by Wolfgang Koeppen (Hamish Hamilton)

Scott Moncrieff (Translation) pounds 1,000Christine Donougher for The Book of Nights

by Sylvie Germain (Dedalus)

Scottish Arts Council pounds 1,000 eachMean Time by Carol Ann Duffy (Anvil Press),

Imelda and Other Stories by John Herdman (Polygon)

Looking for the Possible Dance by A L Kennedy (Secker & Warburg)

Places of the Mind: The Life and Work of James Thomson by Tom Leonard (Cape)

Nil Nil by Don Paterson (Faber)

Thoughts of Murdo by Iain Crichton Smith (Balnain)

Sir Peter Kent (Conservation) pounds 5,000Battle for the Elephants by Iain

and Oria Douglas-Hamilton (Doubleday)

Smarties (Childrens) pounds 8,000 War Game by Michael Foreman (Pavilion);

9-11yrs:Listen to the Dark by Maeve Henry (Heinemann);

0-5yrs:Hue Boy by Rita Phillips Mitchell and Caroline Binch (Gollancz)

Somerset Maugham (Novel) pounds 5,000 eachDea Birkett, Duncan McLean, Glyn Maxwell

Southern Arts pounds 1,000Jean Rhys by Carole Angier (Andre Deutsch)

Strega Prize lire 1,000,000Ninfa Plebea by Domenico Rea (Leonardo)

Sunday Express (Fiction) pounds 20,000The Blue Afternoon by William Boyd (Sinclair-Stevenson)

The Welsh Arts Council pounds 3,000Watching the Fire Eater by Robert Minhinnick (Seren Books);

Seren Wen Ar Gefndir Gwyn by Robin Llywelyn (Gomer Press)

The Writer's Guild (Fiction)Daphne du Maurier by Margaret Forster (Chatto & Windus)

Non-fiction:Time And Tide by Edna O'Brien (Viking)

Childrens:Johnny And The Dead by Terry Pratchett (Transworld)

Thomas Cook (Travel) pounds 7,500 The Heart of the World by Nik Cohn (Chatto & Windus)

Thailand by Lucy Ridout and Paul Gray (Rough Guide)

W H Heinemann pounds 5,000Shylock by John Gross (Chatto)

W H Smith (Outstanding Book) pounds 10,000Daughters of the House by Michele Roberts (Virago)

W H Smith (Thumping Good Read) pounds 5,000Fatherland by Robert Harris (Hutchinson)

William Hill (Sports) pounds 3,000Endless Winter by Stephen Rose (Mainstream)

Winifred Holtby pounds 800Ulverton by Adam Thorpe (Secker & Warburg)

Winifred Mary Stanford pounds 1,000Scandalous Risks by Susan Howatch (HarperCollins)

Whitbread pounds 2,000 each Biography Philip Larkin: A Writer's Life by Andrew Motion (Faber)

Children'sFlour Babies by Anne Fine (Hamish Hamilton)

First novelSaving Agnes by Rachel Cusk (Macmillan)

NovelTheory of War by Joan Brady (Andre Deutsch)

PoetryMean Time by Carol Ann Duffy (Anvil Press)

Wolfson Foundation (History) pounds 20,000John Maynard Keynes: The Economist as Saviour 1920-1937

by Robert Skidelsky (Pan Macmillan)

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