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Edmund Gordon has won the Biographers Club Best First Biography Prize

We are delighted to announce that Edmund Gordon has won the Biographers Club Slightly Foxed Best First Biography Prize for The Invention of Angela Carter.

Gordon's biography of the late great writer, critic and fabulist (whose estate is also represented by RCW) was lauded by judge Sam Leith for its "elegant writing, fastidious research and becomingly modest yet entirely authoritative portrait of its fascinating subject and her unique work". The prize, now its fourth year, awards £2,500 to the writer of the year's best first biography.

For more information, please see here.

(Agent for Edmund Gordon: Peter Straus)

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