Orange Award for New Writers
|Orange Award for New Writers|
The Orange Award for New Writers was a prize given by telecommunications company Orange between 2006 and 2010. It was launched to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the Orange Prize for Fiction. The award was supported by Arts Council England and was accompanied by a bursary of £10,000. It was open to any female authors who had written their debut novel in the English language.
Winners and shortlisted nominees
|Year||Winner||Work||Shortlisted nominees and works||Ref (s)|
|2005||Evans, DianaDiana Evans||26a||Freudenberger, NellNell Freudenberger – Lucky Girls
Meg Rosoff – How I Live Now
|2006||Alderman, NaomiNaomi Alderman||Disobedience||Grushin, OlgaOlga Grushin – The Dream Life of Sukhanov
Yiyun Li – A Thousand Years of Good Prayers
|2007||Connelly, KarenKaren Connelly||The Lizard Cage||Allan, ClareClare Allan – Poppy Shakespeare
Roopa Farooki – Bitter Sweets
|2008||Kavenna, JoannaJoanna Kavenna||Inglorious||Groff, LaurenLauren Groff – The Monsters of Templeton
Lauren Liebenberg – The Voluptuous Delights of Peanut Butter and Jam
|2009||Kay, FrancescaFrancesca Kay||An Equal Stillness||Mun, NamiNami Mun – Miles From Nowhere
Ann Weisgarber – The Personal History of Rachel DuPree
|2010||Sabatini, IreneIrene Sabatini||The Boy Next Door||Borodale, JaneJane Borodale – The Book Of Fires
Evie Wyld – After The Fire, A Still Small Voice
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