Tagged: Kazuo Ishiguro

Ishiguro to be awarded Bodley Medal

The Bodleian Libraries will present novelist Kazuo Ishiguro with the Bodley Medal, the Libraries’ highest honour, in April.  Read more

Gaiman, Smith and Ishiguro to feature in British short story anthology

Penguin is publishing a new anthology, The Penguin Book of the Contemporary British Short Story, "a literary treasure trove" of "30 great short stories published in the... Read more

Mantel and Ishiguro among stars at Man Booker 50th anniversary festival

A “star-studded” line up for the announcement of the Golden Man Booker prize, including authors such as Hilary Mantel and Kazuo Ishiguro, as well as special BBC broadcasts... Read more

Ishiguro appeals for more diversity in literature

Faber is publishing Kazuo Ishiguro's Nobel Lecture which the acclaimed writer used to issue a rallying call to the literary world for open mindedness and diversity.... Read more

Ishiguro's Nobel win leads to 20 global renewal deals

Kazuo Ishiguro’s literary agency has revealed the “calls have been coming in thick and fast” following the author's Nobel Prize win, with more than 20... Read more

Ishiguro wins the Nobel Prize in Literature

Kazuo Ishiguro has won the 2017 Nobel Prize in Literature for his novels of "great emotional force". Read more

Faber expands into education with new series

Faber is launching new educational editions of its books for students at GCSE, IGCSE and A Level in close collaboration with authors Kazuo Ishiguro, Alan Bennett... Read more

Atkinson, Hawkins and Ishiguro longlisted for €100k Dublin Literary award

Titles from Kate Atkinson, Paula Hawkins and Kazuo Ishiguro are among the 23 British novels longlisted for the €100,000 (£85,407.66) International Dublin Literary award 2017. Read more

Publishing seeks to address industry’s lack of diversity

The publishing industry needs to improve the diversity of its staff and open itself up to writers of all backgrounds if it is to increase... Read more

Peter James condemns 'lying' politicians behind Brexit 'tragedy'

Crime writer Peter James has condemned politicians' lack of trustworthiness for facilitating the public's "terrible" vote to leave the European Union. Read more

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