Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize

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The Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize is a British literary prize established in 1963 in tribute to Geoffrey Faber, founder and first Chairman publisher Faber & Faber. It recognises a single volume of poetry or fiction by a Commonwealth author under 40, and is in alternating years awarded to poetry and fiction.

In its first year, the prize was awarded to Christopher Middleton for his poetry.

Previous winners[edit]


  1. ^ The Interior of a Heron's Egg: Michael Donaghy, 1954-2004, Magazine article by Joshua Mehigan; New Criterion, Vol. 23, April 2005
  2. ^ British Council (2011-12-15). "Livi Michael | British Council Literature". Retrieved 2012-01-05. 
  3. ^ "Faber & Faber : About Us". Retrieved 2012-01-05. 
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