book2book

  booktrade.info

Search Booktrade.info:  


Saturday 23rd August

Book2book Home Book Trade News Trade Announcements Bestseller Lists About Booktrade.info

Robert Antoni Wins 2014 Bocas Prize For Caribbean Literature

Posted at 7:53AM Monday 05 May 2014

Winner of the 2014 One Caribbean Media (OCM) Bocas Prize for Caribbean Literature, Robert Antoni, said he will share the US$10,000 prize money with the other finalists.

Antoni was announced as the winner from the top three writers for his book As Flies to Whatless Boys at an awards ceremony at the National Academy for the Performing Arts (NAPA), Port of Spain, on Saturday.

The other finalists were Lorna Goodison in the poetry category for "Oracabessa (Carcanet)" and Kei Miller for his non-fiction work Writing Down the Vision: Essays and Prophecies.

trinidadexpress.com

Literary Saloon

Akashic: As Flies to Whatless Boys By: Robert Antoni




Get book trade news by email

Daily book trade headlines and breaking publishing news by email - just £3 a month. Click on the Subscribe button below to sign up now

Find out more


Search the news archive:
 






More Book Trade News

La Mamounia Literary Award Finalists
www.complete-review.com

La Mamounia Literary Award Nominates 8 Candidates for its 5th Edition.

Is Apple Needling Amazon
www.digitalbookworld.com

Go to the iBooks store on your Apple device and notice a curious thing: George Orwell's picture dominates the front page.

WH Smith On Course To Meet Full-year City Forecasts
www.thegrocer.co.uk

WH Smith is on course to meet City expectations when it announces its full-year results in October

HarperCollins Humble Ebook Bundle With Gaiman, Bujold, Coelho, Williams, And More
boingboing.net

Name your price for more than 12 DRM-free books from HarperCollins, support charity, and strike a blow for freedom!

J-Lo Releases Tell-all Love Book
www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk

Publishing 'True Love' with Penguin books in November

Richard Dawkins Apologises For Causing Storm With Down's Syndrome Tweet
www.theguardian.com

Author told woman on Twitter it would be immoral not to abort pregnancy if she knew baby had Down's syndrome

Account Sign-In

Most Popular Stories

  1. Is Apple Needling Amazon
  2. German Minister For Culture And Media: Amazon 'Should Not Endanger Diversity'
  3. Benedict Cumberbatch's Shere Khan To Battle Idris Elba's Rival Cat In Andy Serkis's Jungle Book
  4. Amazon's Awful War Of Words
  5. La Mamounia Literary Award Finalists
  6. Richard Dawkins Apologises For Causing Storm With Down's Syndrome Tweet
  7. Book Publishers Scrambling For Cover In Wake Of 'Adult' Charlie And The Chocolate Factory Cover Controversy
  8. You've Heard Of The Netflix Of Books. Here's The Redbox Of Books
  9. Readers Absorb Less On Kindles Than On Paper, Study Finds
  10. HarperCollins Humble Ebook Bundle With Gaiman, Bujold, Coelho, Williams, And More