Monthly Archives: August 2010

A Carnation Countdown Conundrum Competition

Time seems to have flown. It seems only a few weeks ago that plots were hatched, judges were contacted, a name had to be rethought and ‘The Green Carnation Prize’ was born. Now it is a week until the longlist, … Continue reading

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A preference for secrecy

At last London has a sensation. The quiet of the early autumn is broken by an explosion of a genuine bombshell, and everyone is rushing to read ‘The Green Carnation’.  -         Arthur Waugh, The New York Critic, 1894  All sorts … Continue reading

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The secret keepers

The Booker Longlist’s been out less than a month: already I’m seeing certain books appear on the Tube, in headlines, even on my own bedside table. I’m sure if I was near a beach, there’d be Betrayals and Long Songs … Continue reading

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24 Hours Left…

…Until the submission of book titles and authors ends for ‘The Green Carnation Prize 2010’. Yes all the judges are feeling like bookish Jack Bauer’s as in 24 hours time they will know all the submission titles and the reading … Continue reading

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Contact Us

We have made a new page on ‘The Green Carnation Prize’ website so that you can contact us. We shamelessly admit that we want you to get everyone you know joining our facebook group and stalking us on twitter and we … Continue reading

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