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Anne Enright and Isabella Hammad longlisted for Women's Prize for Fiction 2024

Anne Enright and Isabella Hammad are among the writers longlisted for this year’s Women’s prize for fiction. Irish author Anne Enright, who has been shortlisted for the prize twice, was longlisted a fifth time for The Wren, The Wren (Jonathan Cape), while British-Palestinian writer Hammad is longlisted for Enter Ghost (Vintage), which is about a production of Hamlet in the West Bank.

A shortlist of six titles will be announced on 24 April, and the winner will be announced on 13 June, along with the winner of the inaugural Women’s prize for non-fiction. The winning author will receive a cheque for £30,000 and a bronze statuette known as the “Bessie”, created by the artist Grizel Niven.

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