<p>A former dancer and the literary editor of the <em>Financial Times</em> are to join chair Andrew Motion in judging the Man Booker Prize for Fiction 2010.<br /><br />Deborah Bull <em>(pictured)</em>, creative director of the Royal Opera House, writer, broadcaster and former dancer, will be one of the judges, alongside Rosie Blau, literary editor of the <em>Financial Times</em>; Tom Sutcliffe, author and BBC Radio 4 presenter; and Frances Wilson, academic, lecturer and author. <br /><br />Ion Trewin, literary director of the prize, said: "In choosing the judges we strive for imagination, enthusiasm, devotion to duty and integrity. I feel confident that the 2010 team not only ticks all these boxes but, from what promises to be another high quality year for fiction, will deliver a winning choice worthy of what we expect from the award of the Man Booker Prize."
</p><p>The Man Booker Prize 2010 winner announcement will be broadcast by the BBC from London’s Guildhall at an awards ceremony on 12th October 2010.
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