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    Tessa Hadley

    The choice of narrative viewpoint is one of the most crucial things an author can decide upon when writing. Here, Tessa Hadley explains why she chose to use several in her latest novel, The Past.


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    In an extract from his introduction to A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, which celebrates its centenary today, Joseph O'Connor conjures up his teenage years in Dublin.


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    International Writing

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  • Congratulations to the four VINTAGE authors on the Man Booker Longlist – Bill Clegg (Did You Ever Have a Family), Anne Enright (The Green Road), Tom McCarthy (Satin Island) and Anne Tyler (A Spool of Blue Thread).

    Massive congratulations to Bethan Roberts, who was recently named as one of winners of this year's Jerwood Fiction Uncovered Prize for her novel Mother Island.

  • Congratulations to Michael Longley who was named as the International Winner of the Griffin Poetry Prize 2015. You can find out more about the prize by following this link.

    Yellow Jersey celebrated the double last night with Bobby Moore by Matt Dickinson winning Biography of the Year and Anna Krien winning New Writer of the Year for Night Games at the Cross Sports Book Awards. Follow this link to vote for the overall winner.

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