Womens Prize for Fiction 2024 - winner pack

Womens Prize for Fiction 2024 - winner pack

**Free promotional materials for the Women's Prize for Fiction 2024**

American author V. V. Ganeshananthan has been announced as the winner of this year’s Women’s Prize for Fiction for her deeply moving, powerful second novel, Brotherless Night, which depicts a family fractured by the Sri Lankan civil war.

The Women's Prize Trust – the UK charity which creates equitable opportunities for women in the world of books and masterminds the annual Women’s Prize for Fiction – today announces the Longlist for its sister prize, the inaugural Women’s Prize for Non-Fiction.

The 2024 shortlist featured three established novelists (Anne Enright, Kate Grenville and Claire Kilroy), two authors who have one previous novel to their name (V. V. Ganeshananthan and Isabella Hammad), and one debut writer (Aube Rey Lescure). Three of the authors have previously been nominated for the Women’s Prize for Fiction: V. V. Ganeshananthan was longlisted in 2009; Anne Enright has been longlisted twice in 2008 and 2020 and shortlisted twice in 2012 and 2016; and Kate Grenville won in 2001 for The Idea of Perfection.

We are pleased to offer free digital materials for libraries to help celebrate the winner as well as all shortlisted and longlisted books.

Digital Materials

You must click 'Keep me up to date on news and exclusive offers' on the following contact information page to receive your digital pack.

We will be updating and sending across the digital pack of content provided by the Women's Prize for Fiction and sending this across tomorrow.

This pack contains a collection of assets and branding guidelines for use on social media, websites and e-newsletters. There is also a promotion guide providing different ideas to celebrate the books in your library, including suggested copy and a schedule for social media. The pack will be updated at each stage of the prize from shortlist to winner stage. 

A collection of assets and branding guidelines for use on social media, websites and e-newsletters. A promotion guide provides different ideas to celebrate the books in your library, including suggested copy and a schedule for social media. 

The digital includes:

  • A digital promotional guide 
  • Announcement video 
  • Press release and synopses 
  • Photos assets
  • Social media crib sheet 
  • branding guidelines - updated from the sticker guidelines we provided earlier
  • longlist and shortlist assets

Your materials will be emailed to you following purchase. Please check your junk box if you do not receive it to your inbox. Email Kimberley.Sheehan@readingagency.org.uk if you have any problems downloading your pack. 

For more information, visit the Women's Prize website, or join in the conversation on social media using @womensprize, @readingagency and #WomensPrize.


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