Jarrold Literary Lunch and the presentation of the East Anglain Book Awards 2017

Friday 24 November, 11.30 for 12pm. Expected to finish by 4pm. 
NCFC Top of the Terrace 

The judges have made their decision…

Join best selling authors Elly Griffiths, Sarah PerryRory Clements and Raphaella Barker and this year’s shortlisted winners for a delicious lunch, author presentations and a celebration of regional writing and publishing as we announce the winners of the East Anglian Book Awards 2017!

The 4 authors will be speaking about their writing as well as presenting the prizes to the winners of the East Anglian Book Awards.

The Jarrold/EDP East Anglia Book awards with Writers Centre Norwich, supported by the UEA Faculty of Arts & Humanities and sponsored by the PACCAR Foundation.

Tickets including a 2 course meal with coffee £27.50 available from jarrold.co.uk/events or Customer Services 01603 660661

 

Since the awards began in 2008, they have highlighted the works of well over 130 authors, almost 170 titles, and more than 90 publishers.

For 2017 we will once again be offering a top prize of £1,000 to the overall East Anglian Book of the Year, courtesy of PACCAR Foundation.

As well as the six subject categories,  Fiction; Poetry; History and Tradition; Biography and Memoir; General Non-Fiction; and Children’s Books (from which the overall winner is chosen), this year will also see the return of our award for lifetime achievement in local publishing, and also the ‘Book by the Cover’ design award, sponsored by the East Anglian Writers.

Chris Rushby, Books & Stationery Buyer, Jarrold, said: “Jarrold is delighted once again to be part of the East Anglian Book Awards in this milestone tenth year.

“In over 30 years of bookselling I’ve never come across a part of the country with the sheer breadth of good writing and publishing that this one continues to display - and a reading public as fascinated by the history and culture of its region.

“These awards both celebrate that breadth of activity and highlight the best of it, which can only be a good thing.”