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2014 Wales Book Of The Year Award Short List

Posted at 7:16AM Monday 12 May 2014

The 2014 Wales Book of the Year Award will be presented to the best Welsh and English-language works first published in 2013 in the fields of creative writing and literary criticism in three categories: Fiction and Creative Non-Fiction and Poetry. The winner of the Poetry category will receive the Roland Mathias Prize for Poetry.

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