2008 Warwick Prize for Writing

According to the webpage: "The Warwick Prize for Writing is an innovative new literature prize that involves global competition, and crosses all disciplines. "The Prize will be given biennially for an excellent and substantial piece of writing in the English language, in any genre or form, on a theme which will change with every award.

The winner of the inaugural Prize will be announced in February 2009. "The winner of this award will receive £50,000 and the opportunity to take up a short placement at The University of Warwick."

The 2008 longlist includes Someone Else by John Hughes, a collection of fictional essays. "The Sydney Morning Herald" asked him about it all.

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