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Guardian First Book Award 2014: Readers' Choice For Longlist

Posted at 7:14AM Wednesday 06 Aug 2014

May-Lan Tan's "darkly magical" collection of short stories, Things to Make and Break, has landed an author praised by her former teacher Blake Morrison as "hugely talented" the 11th slot on the Guardian first book award longlist.


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