2018: Murmur, the new novel by Will Eaves; City Works Dept. by Philip Hancock;
Blush by Jack Robinson and
2017: two books – a diptych – by Jack Robinson: An Overcoat and Robinson.
2017: Lara Pawson, This Is the Place to Be, shortlisted for the Gordon Burn Prize, the PEN Ackerley Prize and the Bread & Roses Award; Diane Williams, Fine, Fine, Fine, Fine, Fine shortlisted for the Republic of Consciousness Prize; Will Eaves, The Inevitable Gift Shop shortlisted for the Ted Hughes Award.
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Murmur: ‘A marvellous and compelling book, on a subject of huge importance and scandal’ – Bernard O’Donoghue
City Works Dept.: ‘Phil Hancock’s insights are precise and authentic – he is part of the great tradition of writers who capture the true spirit of working-class life.’ – Ken Loach