Inaugural Sunday Times Short Story longlist drawn

<p>Petina Gappah, A L Kennedy and Rose Tremain are among the authors long-listed for the inaugural Sunday Times EFG Private Bank Short Story Award.<br /> <br />Twenty writers are competing for the world&rsquo;s largest short story prize, worth &pound;25,000, including Guardian First Book Award-winner Gappah alongside lesser known writers such as former glamour model Kay Sexton and actor Simon Robson. The judges include authors A S Byatt, Hanif Kureishi, Lynn Barber, Nick Hornby and the literary editor of the Sunday Times, Andrew Holgate. The non-voting chair is Lord Matthew Evans, chairman ...

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