Saturday, 13 May 2017

Bailey's Women's Prize for Fiction newsletter

 The Bailey's Women's Prize for Fiction newsletter includes details of the Emerald Street Literary Festival on 10 June 2017:



Discover the only debut on this year's shortlist....
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‘I love this book… A vital, fresh moving debut.’ – Tessa Ross, 2017 Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction Chair of Judges

Every week, leading up to the announcement of the 2017 Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction winner in June, we'll be spotlighting one of this year's brilliant shortlisted books.

Next up is Ayobami Adebayo's blistering debut, Stay With Me, a devastating story of the fragility of married love, the undoing of family and the all-consuming bonds of motherhood.

Intrigued? Read chapter one here.

On Instagram? Click here to win a copy of Stay With Me.

Plus! Ayobami Adebayo takes us on a tour of her writing desk and all of the objects she draws inspiration from while working.

Click to go into the writer's studio >
Win 8 crime reads, chosen by the Thriller Queens
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At the Baileys Prize Book Bar, at Waterstones Tottenham Court Road, we brought together a line-up of internationally bestselling writers to talk about what makes a great thriller, including Val McDermid, Nicci Gerrard, Diane Wei Liang and Louise Doughty.

Read on to find out which two books each of the panelists picked as their favourite thrillers by women, plus a chance to win all eight incredible reads!

Win all 8 books >
Join us at the Emerald Street Literary Festival!
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On June 10th, the Emerald Street Literary Festival – the perfect way for interesting women to spend a Saturday – returns to the Royal Geographical Society in London.

Now in its second year, the Festival is back with another exciting and interesting line-up. The Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction shortlisted authors will be discussing why we love talking about what we’re reading, with Baileys Prize co-founder and bestselling author Kate Mosse, plus there will be panels on race in today’s Britain, travel writing, and our continuing fascination with witchcraft.

Buy your ticket here >







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