Tagged: Nikesh Shukla

Why set up a prize for writers of colour?

Sunny Singh, chair of judges of The Jhalak Prize for the Book of the Year by a Writer of Colour, on why the prize needs... Read more

Why World Book Night 2016 wasn't able to include BAME authors

World Book Night project manager Rose Goddard says the event should be home to diverse books by authors from all walks of life. Read more

Where are World Book Night 2016's BAME writers?

Author Nikesh Shukla says lists should be inclusive, and asks where all the BAME writers are for World Book Day 2016. Read more

Shukla, Huq and Phillips join Words Weekend line-up

Nikesh Shukla, Konnie Huq and MP Jess Phillips are among the authors on the line-up for the inaugural Words Weekend event in Gateshead. ... Read more

Bluebird snaps up Nikesh Shukla's memoir

Bluebird has snapped up Nikesh Shukla's memoir, exploring his experience of raising children to have “joyful resistance” in a world weighed down by racism and sexism.... Read more

Jai triumphs over 200 entries to win Borough and Good Literary Agency prize

Sophie Jai's debut novel Wild Fires was selected out of 200 entries to win The Borough Press and The Good Literary Agency open submission.... Read more

Galbraith and Shukla scoop CrimeFest prizes

Robert Galbraith and Nikesh Shukla were amongst the winners of the CrimeFest awards in Bristol. Read more

The Borough Press and The Good Literary Agency open submissions for un-agented BAME writers

The Borough Press has teamed up with The Good Literary Agency to open submissions for un-agented BAME writers, with the one winning applicant set to secure... Read more

London Book Fair in pictures

Our pictures round-up of this year’s London Book Fair features a toast to late literary agent Ed Victor, a host of publisher parties and a... Read more

Eddo-Lodge wins 2018 Jhalak Prize

Journalist and author Reni Eddo-Lodge has won the £1,000 Jhalak Prize for Book of the Year for her "incisive" non-fiction debut Why I'm No Longer Talking to... Read more

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