Monthly Archives: December 2010

The Green Carnation Prize Gets Bigger & Better in 2011…

“The Green Carnation Prize got off to a great start in 2010 as an award that celebrated the best fiction and memoirs by gay men. It provoked debate, produced an intriguing shortlist and chose a worthy winner in Christopher Fowler’s … Continue reading

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The Green Carnation Judges 2011…

The winner of The Green Carnation Prize 2010 was only announced last week yet already ‘the green team’ have started making plans for an even bigger and better year for the prize next year. First on the agenda is the … Continue reading

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Fancing Winning The Green Carnation Winning ‘Paperboy’?

As you may well be aware (and it was lovely to see in The Guardian and The Bookseller today) ‘Paperboy’ by Christopher Fowler was today crowned the winner of The Green Carnation Prize 2010 in its inaugural year. His very … Continue reading

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The Green Carnation Winner 2010 is…

After many hours of discussion and lively debate (and not a tantrum in sight) the judges have managed to whittle down the five shortlisted books for ‘The Green Carnation Prize 2010’ and have come up with their winner… Paperboy by … Continue reading

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