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Orange Prize for Fiction
The Orange Prize for Fiction Shortlist 2002
Anna Burns for No bones | Paperback
Helen Dunmore for The Siege | Hardcover | Paperback | Audio Cassette | Audio CD | Large Print Shortlisted Shortlisted for the Whitbread Award 2001 Dunmore won the first Orange Prize in 1996 for A Spell of Winter | Hardcover | Paperback | Audio CD | Large Print
Maggie Gee for The White Family | Paperback
The Orange Prize for Fiction is the UK's largest annual literary award for a single novel. The only criteria are that the novel is by a woman writing in English and published in Britain between 1 April and 31 March of the year the prize is awarded. The Orange Prize aims to celebrate novels of excellence, originality and accessibility, and to promote women writers to as wide a range of male and female readers as possible.
The Orange annual prize money is £30,000. The winner is also presented with a bronze figurine created by Grizel Niven, known as the "Bessie". Both are anonymously endowed. Winners are announced in June.
2001 Orange Prize For Fiction Shortlist
Margaret Atwood for The Blind Assassin | Hardcover | Paperback | Audio Cassette | Large Print | Audio Download The Blind Assassin won the Booker Prize 2000. Atwood was shortlisted for the Orange Prize 2001 and also won the Giller Prize in 1996 for Alias Grace | Paperback | Audio Cassette | Audio Download
Horse Heaven by Jane Smiley | Hardcover | Paperback | Audio Cassette (Abridged) | Audio CD (Abridged) | Large Print | e-book (Microsoft Reader) | e-book (Adobe Reader) A Thousand Acres by Jane Smiley | DVD | VHS | Paperback | Hardcover | Audio Cassette 1992 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction
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