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13 Apr 2016

Man Booker International Prize 2016 longlist quotes

With one day to go until our shortlist announcement on Thursday 14 April, the Man Booker International Prize 2016 judges panel comments on the longlist!

04 Dec 2015

Marlon James and the curse of the white woman

The reigning Man Booker laureate Marlon James has been causing a bit of a stir.

13 Nov 2015

Maximum impact prizes

It is longlist time again for the €100,000 International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, won last year by Jim Crace for his Man Booker shortlisted Harvest.

20 Oct 2015

Marlon James dresses the part

Marlon James has spent the past few days coming to terms with the fact that, as the 2015 Man Booker Prize winner, his life has changed irrevocably.

28 Aug 2015

The Man Booker International boarding gate

Mindful of the fact that their shortlist announcement is a little over a fortnight away (15th September), this year's Man Booker Prize judges currently have their noses deep into second readings of the 13 books on their longlist.

28 Aug 2015

Marilynne Robinson - Longlist author interview

In the latest in our series of interviews with Man Booker Prize 2015 longlisted authors, we speak to Marilynne Robinson author of Lila.

27 Aug 2015

Bill Clegg - Longlist author interview

In the latest in our series of interviews with Man Booker Prize 2015 longlisted authors, we speak to Bill Clegg author of Did You Ever Have a Family.

26 Aug 2015

Anne Tyler - Longlist author interview

In the latest in our series of interviews with Man Booker Prize 2015 longlisted authors, we speak to Anne Tyler author of A Spool of Blue Thread.

25 Aug 2015

Marlon James - Longlist author interview

In the latest in our series of interviews with Man Booker Prize 2015 longlisted authors, we speak to Marlon James author of A Brief History of Seven Killings.

31 Jul 2015

First impressions...

Left field, surprising, ecumenical, catholic, global . . . the announcement of the 2015 Man Booker longlist has spurred a wide range of descriptive terms in newspapers, magazines and online (and, no doubt whereever books are discussed) but, so far, no one mot juste.