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Oneworld is honoured to have been named IPG Trade Publisher of the Year

 

The Independent Publishers Guild is delighted to announce the 13 winners of the 2016 IPG Independent Publishing Awards. They are:

  • Fox Williams Independent Publisher of the Year NOSY CROW
  • Ruth Killick Publicity Trade Publisher of the Year ONEWORLD
  • IPG Children’s Publisher of the Year NOSY CROW
  • Frankfurt Book Fair Academic & Professional Publisher of the Year POLICY PRESS
  • Publishers Licensing Society Education Publisher of the Year PG ONLINE
  • IPG Specialist Consumer Publisher of the Year HOW2BECOME
  • Nick Robinson Newcomer Award MEZE PUBLISHING
  • The Bookseller International Achievement Award PAVILION BOOKS
  • Ingram Content Group Digital Publishing Award FABER & FABER
  • Nielsen Digital Marketing Award HOW2BECOME
  • Alison Morrison Diversity Award BARRINGTON STOKE
  • IPG Young Independent Publisher of the Year SAM RICHARDSON, SPCK
  • GBS Services to Independent Publishers Award GRAHAM BELL, EDItEUR
 

Among the Ten Thousand Things by Julia Pierpont is long listed for the Dylan Thomas Prize

 

A longlist of 12 books has today (20 January) been announced for the prestigious International Dylan Thomas Prize, sponsored by Swansea University.

The list includes works by four American authors, a Nigerian novelist, Manchester-based poet Andrew McMillan, Irish author Lisa McInerney, and Welsh short story writer, Thomas Morris.

Now in its tenth year, the £30,000 Prize is awarded to the best eligible published literary work in English, written by an author aged 39 or under. It is the largest literary prize in the world for young writers, aimed at encouraging creative talent worldwide. It celebrates and nurtures international literary excellence across all genres, and is open to poetry, novels, short stories and drama.

Dylan Thomas, the quintessential adolescent writer, was ideally suited to serve as an inspiration to young writers everywhere. The freshness and immediacy of his writing were qualities that he never lost. The Prize seeks to ensure that readers today will have the chance to savour the vitality and sparkle of a new generation of young writers.

Julia Pierpont

Julia Pierpont is a graduate of the NYU Creative Writing Program, where she received the Rona Jaffe Foundation Graduate Fellowship, as well as the Stein Fellowship. Born and raised in Manhattan, she works at The New Yorker.

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