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Arthur C Clarke Award Receives Record Number Of Submissions

Posted at 8:09AM Friday 31 Jan 2014

The organisers of the Arthur C Clarke Award have revealed the line-up of books submitted for consideration to win the 2014 award. A total of 121 eligible books were put forward by 42 separate publishing imprints, the most ever received by the award and smashing the previous high record set only last year of 82 books received from 32 publishing imprints.

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