The New Angle Prize for Literature is a £2,500 biennial award sponsored by Gotelee Solicitors for a book of literary merit set in or influenced by the region of East Anglia.
The winner of the 2015 New Angle Prize was announced at an Awards Dinner on Wednesday 9th September at Hintlesham Golf Club, Ipswich.
She Rises by Kate Worsley (Bloomsbury, Mar 2014)
The Time by the Sea by Ronald Blythe (Faber & Faber, Jun 2013)
The other shortlisted books were:
Claxton. Field Notes from a Small Planet by Mark Cocker (Jonathan Cape, Oct 2014)
Mr Mac and Me by Esther Freud
(Bloomsbury, May 2014)
The Dynamite Room by Jason Hewitt
(Simon & Schuster, Mar 2014)
Two Turtle Doves, A Memoir of Making Things by Alex Monroe (Bloomsbury, Mar 2014)
(see Press Release below for further details)
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