Prizes, grants and awards
The Encore Award 2007 for the best second novel of 2005 and 2006 has been awarded to
M.J. Hyland for CARRY ME DOWN (Canongate).
The prize of £10,000 was presented by Dan Jacobson at a reception in the Nash Room at the ICA on 22nd May. The judges were Alex Clark, Lindsay Duguid and Peter Parker.
Vikram Chandra – Sacred Games (Faber)
Will Eaves – Nothing to be Afraid Of (Picador)
James Lasdun – Seven Lies (Cape)
Mary Lawson – The Other Side of the Bridge (Chatto)
Jon McGregor – So Many Ways to Begin ( Bloomsbury)
The Encore Award, now awarded biennially, was first awarded in 1990.
For further information contact Paula Johnson on 020 7373 6642 firstname.lastname@example.org / Canongate 0131 557 5111
Click here to download the entry form for the 2009 Award.
Awards and Prize Winners 2007
Betty Trask Prize and Awards
Betty Trask Prizes and Awards (past winners)
Cholmondeley Awards for Poets
Cholmondeley Awards for Poets (past winners)
Elizabeth Longford Prize for Historical Biography
Elizabeth Longford Prize (past winners)
Encore Award (past winners)
Eric Gregory Awards
Eric Gregory Trust Fund Awards (winners)
McKitterick Prize (past winners)
Prizes ofr fiction and non-fiction
Sagittarius Prize (past winners)
Somerset Maugham Awards
Somerset Maugham Awards (past winners)
The Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year
The Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year (past winners)
Tom Gallon Trust Award and The Olive Cook Prize
Tom-Gallon Award for a short story (past winners)