Tagged: Goldsboro Books Glass Bell Award

Daré and Turton make debut-dominated Glass Bell shortlist

Four debut novels are featured on the Glass Bell shortlist alongside Colum McCann’s Booker-longlisted Apeirogon (Bloomsbury) and Stuart Turton’s second novel The Devil and the Dark Water (Raven Books). ... Read more

Osman and Daré make Glass Bell longlist as debuts dominate

The longlist for the 2021 Goldsboro Books Glass Bell Award has been announced, dominated by debut novels, including Richard Osman's bestseller The Thursday Murder Club... Read more

Taylor Jenkins Reid wins Goldsboro Books Glass Bell Award

Taylor Jenkins Reid has been awarded the Goldsboro Books Glass Bell Award for her sixth novel, Daisy Jones and the Six (Arrow). ... Read more

Vintage double in Goldsboro Books Glass Bell Award longlist

Goldsboro Books has announced the 12-title longlist for the third Glass Bell Award, featuring two titles from Vintage and five debuts including The Tattooist of... Read more

John Boyne takes Glass Bell Award for 'comedic odyssey'

Irish author John Boyne has scooped the £2,000 Goldsboro Books Glass Bell Award for his “sweeping, poignant and comedic odyssey” of post-war Ireland, The Heart’s Invisible... Read more

Debuts dominate Glass Bell longlist

Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine author Gail Honeyman is one of the seven debut novelists to be longlisted for the 2018 Glass Bell Award.... Read more

Mackintosh and de Waal make inaugural Glass Bell Award longlist

Kit de Waal, Clare Mackintosh and C E Morgan are some of the authors competing on the longlist for the inaugural £2,000 Goldsboro Books Glass Bell Award, which celebrates contemporary fiction.... Read more

Goldsboro Books launches contemporary fiction prize

Goldsboro Books has launched a new £2,000 prize for “compelling” contemporary fiction. Read more

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