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03-04-2018Rebecca Obadina-Adebowale is this year's overall winner of the First Story 100 Word Competition, supported by Vintage. Now in its fourth year, the creative writing competition saw twenty four schools from across the UK submit a shortlist of three entries, with one winner chosen from each, one overall winner and one overall runner up.Read more »
28-03-2018The nominations are split between Vintage and Penguin General, with three nods each. Vintage's entries include Ghosts of the Tsunami by Richard Lloyd Parry, The Day that Went Missing by Richard Beard and Once Upon a Time in the East by Xiaolu Guo - with Elizabeth Strout's Anything is Possible, Mohsin Hamid's Exit West and Hari Kunzru's White Tears representing Penguin General.Read more »
24-03-2018The Financial Times and The Bodley Head, an imprint of Penguin Random House, are proud to launch our sixth annual essay prize. The prize aims to discover young talent from around the world in long-form essay writing.Read more »
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