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Cambridge Literary Festival: The Goldsmiths Prize - Meet the Winner

Cambridge Literary Festival: The Goldsmiths Prize - Meet the Winner

Saturday 30 November 2019
The Old Divinity School, St Johns College
Convention-defying novelists Eimear McBride, Ali Smith, Kevin Barry and Nicola Barker have all won the Goldsmiths Prize and graced Cambridge audiences with their brilliance.

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This year we look forward to welcoming the latest winner of this exhilarating prize, which rewards ‘fiction at its most novel’. The prize was cofounded by Goldsmiths University and the New Statesman in 2013 and the 2019 winner will be announced on 13 November.

They’ll be in discussion with Anna Leszkiewicz, New Statesman culture editor and Goldsmiths Prize judge, to talk about the art of the novel and this year’s most exciting new fiction.

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1 hour