John Llewellyn Rhys prize
And the winner of the Fray Bentos prize for postmodern fiction is . . . | Sam Leith
Sam Leith: Literary prizes might be 'posh bingo' but at least they direct money to writers
03, Jul, 2011 @9:03 PM
We can't afford to lose the John Llewellyn Rhys prize
29, Jun, 2011 @11:40 AM
John Llewellyn Rhys prize 'suspended'
Administrator Booktrust says funding problems have forced them to cancel this year's award
29, Jun, 2011 @10:48 AM
Amy Sackville, accidental novelist
The author of The Still Point explains to Richard Lea how her debut book, which has just won the John Llewellyn Rhys prize, began 'out of desperation'
07, Dec, 2010 @1:49 PM
Amy Sackville wins John Llewellyn Rhys prize for The Still Point
Judges call novel 'breathtaking', predicting a future littered with international awards for the first-time author
23, Nov, 2010 @7:30 PM
Shortlist announced for John Llewellyn Rhys prize
15, Oct, 2010 @2:36 PM
Doctor's notes in running for John Llewellyn Rhys prize
Book that grew out of blog by Canadian doctor James Maskalyk shortlisted for award alongside Booker and Orange winners
27, Oct, 2009 @11:10 AM
Rare victory for non-fiction book in John Llewellyn Rhys prize
Henry Hitchings's The Secret Life of Words is the first non-fiction book in six years to win the award
24, Nov, 2008 @7:07 PM
Is the books world short-changing its bright young women?
Brian Schofield: Do men have an unfair advantage in our literary prize shortlists?
13, Nov, 2008 @8:00 AM
Booker winner squares up to narrative poem for John Llewellyn Rhys prize
Aravind Adiga shortlisted for this year's John Llewellyn Rhys prize alongside Adam Foulds's The Broken Word
03, Nov, 2008 @3:54 PM
Sarah Hall discusses the influence of Z for Zachariah
Sarah Hall, who won the John Llewellyn Rhys Prize this week, on how the controversial, post-apocalyptic, 1970s children's book Z for Zachariah inspired her love of reading and her own futuristic novel
01, Dec, 2007 @11:33 PM
Vision of post-oil world scoops award
Sarah Hall has won the 2006/7 John Llewellyn Rhys prize, which celebrates the best fiction, non-fiction, poetry and drama from the UK and the Commonwealth, with her third novel, The Carhullan Army, a tough portrait of life in a near-future Britain after the oil runs out.
30, Nov, 2007 @11:11 AM
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