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Ticket Offer: Curious Arts Festival

Conville & Walsh are delighted to present a very special ticket offer for the Curious Arts Festival which takes place next weekend, 17th – 19th…

Kirsty Gunn wins the Edge Hill Short Story Prize 2015

Conville & Walsh are delighted to announce that Kirsty Gunn has won the Edge Hill Short Story Prize with her fantastic collection Infidelities.…

Chop Chop wins a Betty Trask Award

We are utterly delighted to announce that Simon Wroe has won a Betty Trask Award for his fantastically funny and inventive debut

Animals wins a Jerwood Fiction Uncovered Prize

Conville & Walsh are delighted to announce that Emma Jane Unsworth has won a Jerwood Fiction Uncovered Prize for her novel Animals,…

The Devil in the Marshalsea Shortlisted for the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year 2015

Conville & Walsh are delighted to share that Antonia Hodgson has been shortlisted for the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year…

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Seven on the Not the Booker Longlist

Conville & Walsh are delighted to say that seven of our authors feature on this year’s Not the Booker longlist, run by the Guardian: big congratulations to Esther Freud, James Hannah, Sarah Hall, Tasha Kavanagh, Paul McVeigh, Peter Nichols, and Tony O’Neill. The shortlist is a reader’s democracy, so if you’d like to see any of these books in the final six then get voting! The deadline is midnight on Sunday 2nd August.

If you’d like to read any of these books, you can buy a copy online or in your local book shop.

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29 Jul 2015