Susanna Clarke has won the £30,000 Women's Prize for Fiction with her "truly original" second novel, Piranesi (Bloomsbury).
The novels shortlisted for this year's Women's Prize for Fiction have seen a sales bump in the weeks before Wednesday's prize ceremony, with Brit Bennett's... Read more
The Women’s Prize for Fiction and Good Housekeeping magazine have been urged in an open letter to remove the age limit on their recently launched women’s writers initiative. ... Read more
The Women’s Prize for Fiction is partnering with Good Housekeeping magazine to launch a new initiative celebrating writers of fiction aged 35 and under.... Read more
The Women's Prize for Fiction will host a day of events open to the public in September, including readings with the chair of judges Bernardine Evaristo. ... Read more
The Women's Prize for Fiction award ceremony has been postponed until September, following Boris Johnson's announcement that the easing of Covid-19 restrictions has been pushed back. ... Read more
The Women's Prize for Fiction is holding a digital shortlist festival this month, with actors reading from the six nominated books.
Brit Bennett, Susanna Clarke and Yaa Gyasi are among those shortlisted for the 2021 Women’s Prize for Fiction, with Patricia Lockwood, Claire Fuller and Cherie Jones completing the list.... Read more
The Women's Prize for Fiction has condemned “attempts to malign or bully” its judges or authors, and reiterated its position on trans authors, following publication... Read more
The new season of the "Women’s Prize for Fiction Podcast", sponsored by Baileys, launches next month, with new host Yomi Adegoke, co-author of Slay in Your Lane (4th... Read more