Man Booker Prize

“A book is a difficult, raging, sobbing, spitting child."
Book focuses on night Abraham Lincoln laid his 11-year-old son to rest.
American author George Saunders has won the prestigious Man Booker Prize for fiction with “Lincoln in the Bardo,” a polyphonic
My plan was simple, yet brilliant. I would buy this book and read it. Then, if it won the prize I could smugly put up a Facebook post about what a great book it was.
To Rosoff, who believes that books about gay black boys don't make great literature, I simply say; pick up this year's Man Booker winner. And congratulations, Marlon, you've made the prize relevant again.
The American revolution that opened this year's Man Booker Prize to US novelists ended with a win for Australian Richard
The Testament of Mary is quite something. Dramatic, moving and beautifully acted by Fiona Shaw, it is unequivocally one of the best shows in town right now.
It looks like bookish feminists are winning the war on the pale, stale and male literary establishment.
The cuddle captured on camera which embarrassed William 4. "You see that your life is a charade, that the scenery is cardboard
Critics favourite Hilary Mantel is expected to pick up another prize tonight for her best-seller, 'Bring Up The Bodies', at
The shortlist for the Man Booker Prize 2012 has been announced. The six novels in with a chance of winning this year's prize
"We all have multiple identities," says Tony Parsons when I ask him whether he feels more of an Englishman or a Londoner, "but I certainly feel like I'm both. But I also feel British.
What if the Lord of the Rings was never made into a trilogy? What if the Harry Potter series never saw a screen audience? If you are one of the many who consider these movies milestones in filmmaking, then you might also agree that these were great books too.
The Man Booker Prize longlist for 2012 has been announced, and we're already excited. It's great to see some old favourites
Miller claims that journalism and fiction are two different kinds of writing obviously, but the challenges remain pretty much the same for both disciplines. Adding that journalism is a very good training for writing fictions: according to him it makes a writer better and more efficient.
Tuesday was both Man Booker Prize day (read my account of the controversy, the Cape party and even a few words from Julian Barnes himself here) and the publication date of Books One and Two of Haruki Murakami's long awaited new novel, 1Q84.
Julian Barnes is favourite to finally claim one of the literary world's most prestigious prizes when the winner of this year's