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Women’s Prize Trust names 'bold and ambitious' Discoveries shortlist

May 27 2022

The Women’s Prize Trust has announced its Discoveries program 2022 shortlist, featuring six “ambitious and imaginative” authors at the start of their writing journeys.

The shortlist and their novels-in-progress are: Sui Annukka for Thursday, Sadbh Kellett for Hunt the Hare, Nikki Logan for The Last Card in the Suit, Niamh Ní Mhaoileoin for The Next Life, Katy Oglethorpe for Stitches and Ruth Rosengarten for Over.

The six were shortlisted from more than 2,500 entries by a judging panel chaired by Kate Mosse, novelist, playwright and founder-director of the Women’s Prize for Fiction.

All six writers will be offered a mentoring session with a Curtis Brown agent plus free enrollment on a Curtis Brown Creative six-week online course.

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