Tessa Hadley has won the £10,000 Edge Hill Short Story Prize for Bad Dreams (Jonathan Cape).
Daisy Johnson’s East Anglian-inspired Fen (Cape) and Lucy Caldwell’s exploration of womanhood, Multitudes (Faber), are both on the all-female shortlist for the Edge Hill Short... Read more
John Murray is taking three of its "most exciting and lauded" debut writers, Andrew Michael Hurley, Lisa McInerney and Jessie Greengrass, on a nationwide tour of Waterstones bookshops in Bath, Liverpool and London... Read more
Jessie Greengrass has won the Edge Hill Short Story Prize 2016 for her debut collection, taking home the £10,000 main prize.
Kirsty Gunn [pictured] has won this year’s Edge Hill Short Story Prize for her collection Infidelities (Faber & Faber). The £5,000 prize is now... Read more
Independent publishers have made a strong showing on the Edge Hill Short Story Prize shortlist, claiming five of the six spots. Books published by Calcutta-based... Read more