Ordinary People by Diana Evans longlisted for Glass Bell Award

Goldsboro Books has announced the 12-title longlist for the third Glass Bell Award, featuring two titles from Vintage and five debuts including The Tattooist of Auschwitz (Bonnier Zaffre) by Heather Morris.

The award, celebrating the best storytelling across all genres of contemporary fiction, has a prize of £2,000 up for grabs along with an engraved glass bell.

For Vintage, Women’s Prize-nominated Ordinary People by Diana Evans and Tim Willocks’ indictment of modern South Africa, Memo From Turner, are both in with a chance of the award.

 

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