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Fiction Uncovered 2014 Judging Panel Announced

Posted at 11:12AM Monday 03 Mar 2014

The Jerwood Fiction Uncovered Prize announces its 2014 judging panel today. The eight works of fiction to be awarded the Jerwood Fiction Uncovered Prize 2014 (worth £5,000 to each winning writer) will be chosen by a panel chaired by Matt Haig. Alongside Matt on the judging panel will be Arifa Akbar, literary editor of The Independent, Sam Jordison, journalist, publisher and writer, Greg Eden, online content and communities manager at Waterstones, and Julia Wharton, Jerwood Charitable Foundation trustee.

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