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BSFA awards shortlists look beyond 'usual roll call of male writers'

Posted at 7:57AM Thursday 30 Jan 2014

After an all-male shortlist in 2013, Ann Leckie and Kameron Hurley are in contention for this year's novel award, and short story prize contenders are all women

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