Author Tessa Hadley writes about the impact of winning the Windham-Campbell Prize on her career.
The acclaimed novelist, a recipient of the lucrative Windham Campbell Prize in 2016, reveals how the award affected her craft
Max Porter, Dominic Sandbrook, Tessa Hadley, Yomi Adegoke and Elizabeth Uviebinené are among the guest curators for the Times and the Sunday Times Cheltenham Literature Festival’s 70th anniversary celebrations.... Read more
The seventh novel by Tessa Hadley could see the author, adored by peers but often overlooked by prizes, finally reach a deserved wider readership.... Read more
Tessa Hadley has won the £10,000 Edge Hill Short Story Prize for Bad Dreams (Jonathan Cape).
Members of the Folio Prize Academy have spoken out against the Man Booker Prize's expanded eligibility criteria, with author Tessa Hadley suggesting British and Commonwealth... Read more
Tessa Hadley has won the Hawthornden Prize 2016 for her novel The Past (Jonathan Cape).
Cathy Rentzenbrink and Stephen Silberman are among six shortlisted authors for the £30,000 Wellcome Book Prize, awarded annually to the best new work of fiction or... Read more
UK writer Tessa Hadley has won a Windham-Campbell Prize, worth $150,000 (£107,000).
We have images from the first meeting of the Wellcome Book Prize 2016 judges, the launch of Head of Zeus' history list, and a party... Read more