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The 2012 Wasafiri New Writing Prize shortlist revealed

After hours of deliberation, our judges for this year's New Writing Prize - Colin Grant, John Haynes and Maya Jaggi with Susheila Nasta - have finalised the shortlist:

Life Writing

Wish You Were Here by David Houston

Fairytales For Everyday by Jennifer Watson

Tante Djellah by Fiona O'Brien

Formidable Women by Pamela Brown-Peterside

A Tropical Breakdown by NSR Khan

Fiction

Three Stories About Drowning by Krishnan Coupland

The Walk by Catherine Mee

The Jakey by Pat Black

Martyr's Square by Christian Van Nieuwerburgh

The Six O'Clock Train by Caroline Kinya Mabaya

Poetry

In a factory by Antoinette Fawcett

The Desperate Experiments of a Farmer in Debt by Nazneen Zafar

Pastoral (Moondragon) by Stephen Logan

Glosa by Amali Rodrigo

The Beginning and the End by Sally St Clair

Our congratulations go to the shortlisted writers and thanks to all those who entered. The winners will be announced at a special event at Asia House on 3 October, which will also see the launch of Wasafiri Issue 70: 'Britain and India: Cross Cultural Encounters'.

 


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