Edge Hill Prize shortlist 2020.

The Edge Hill Prize 2020 for a published short story collection from the UK or Ireland has just been announced.  £10,000 will be awarded to the winner in November.  The collections are:

  • Paris Syndrome by Lucy Sweeney Byrne (Banshee Press)
  • This Paradise by Ruby Cowling (Boiler House Press)
  • What Are You Like by Shelley Day (Postbox Press)
  • Sudden Traveller by Sarah Hall (Faber)
  • This Way to Departures by Linda Mannheim (Influx Press)

Edge Hill Prize 2018

The winner of the £10,000 Edge Hill Prize for a published short story collection will be announced at an award ceremony in London on Saturday November 3rd.  The shortlisted authors are Tessa Hadley, Sarah Hall, Alison MacLeod, Tom Rachman and  Leone Ross.  There will be readings from all five collections: book your tickets at Waterstones Bookshop, Piccadilly.

John Burnside wins Edge Hill Prize

The Scottish writer John Burnside has won the 2014 Edge Hill Prize for a published short story collection from the UK or Ireland for his collection, Something Like Happy.  The other four finalists were Bernie McGill,  Jaki McCarrick, David Rose and Rachel Trezise who won the Readers’ Choice prize, judged by creative writing students at Edge Hill.  The judging panel for the main prize was headed up by last year’s winner, Kevin Barry.

http://www.edgehill.ac.uk/news/2014/07/edge-hill-short-story-prize-2014-winner-announced/