East Anglian Book Awards 2017 launched
22 May 2017

East Anglian Book Awards 2017 launched

The tenth annual East Anglian Book Awards organised by Jarrold, the Eastern Daily Press and Writers' Centre Norwich  in association with the UEA have been launched. 

Since the awards began in 2008, they have highlighted the works of well over 130 authors, almost 170 titles, and more than 90 publishers.

For 2017 we will once again be offering a top prize of £1,000 to the overall East Anglian Book of the Year, courtesy of PACCAR Foundation.

The overall winner of the tenth awards will follow in the footsteps of Jill Dawson, whose Suffolk-set novel The Crime Writer was named East Anglian Book of the Year 2016.

Information about making a submission before the deadline of 21 July 2017 is available here

For more information about the history of the awards, read Trevor Heaton's article in the EDP here

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