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Press Release: Prizes and Awards
East Anglian Literature Prize Worth £2,000

Posted at 8:00AM Thursday 15 Nov 2012

Entries are now being taken for the third biennial competition of the New Angle Prize for Literature.

The judges for 2013 are Jo Catling senior lecturer, University of East Anglia, Esther Freud novelist and teacher of creative writing and Jim Kelly crime mystery writer and winner of the 2011 New Angle prize for Death Watch (Penguin, 2010)

With a prize of £2,000 (£500 for the runner-up) the award is offered for a recently published book "of literary merit associated with or inspired by East Anglia" (defined here as Norfolk, Suffolk and North Essex). Entries for the prize must have been first published between 1st January 2011 and 31st December 2012.

For full details see www.ipswichinstitute.org.uk/NAP.html

The New Angle Prize is organised by the Ipswich Institute and is sponsored by Gotelee Solicitors and Scrutton Bland accountants. The objective of the award is to celebrate and to encourage excellence in regional literature




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