Jim Crace is the prize-winning author of eleven previous books, including Continent (winner of the 1986 Whitbread First Novel Award and the Guardian Fiction Prize), Quarantine (1998 Whitbread Novel of the Year and shortlisted for the Booker Prize), Being Dead (winner of the 2001 National Book Critics Circle Award) and Harvest (shortlisted for the 2013 Man Booker Prize and winner of the International Dublin Literary Award and the James Tait Black Memorial Prize). He lives in Worcestershire.
We’re thrilled that Jim Crace’s tenth novel, Harvest, has won the 2015 International IMPAC DUBLIN Literary Award. As well as being the world’s largest prize for a single novel, it is also special for the fact that the winner is chosen from nominations received from pub...
Jim Crace is the prize-winning author of numerous books, including Continent (winner of the 1986 Whitbread First Novel Award and the Guardian Fiction Prize), Quarantine (winner of the 1998 Whitbread Novel of the Year and shortlisted for the Booker Prize) and most recently the ...
The first thing I think of when I hear 'autumn' is the sound and feeling of walking through golden leaves and it's for that reason, I think, that a lot of these books are set in the natural world – or else they have a get-cosy-by-the-fire feel! Some are brand new, and some ...
Jim Crace, author of eleven novels and two short story collections, has won the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for his latest book, Harvest.
Harvest, Jim Crace's eleventh novel, has been shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize 2013
Jim Crace talks to his editor Kate Harvey about his Man Booker shortlisted novel Harvest
Jim Crace's Quarantine won the Whitbread Novel in 1997 and his most recent effort, Harvest, has been nominated for the 2013 Man Booker Prize, receiving many plaudits.
Over the course of seven days, Walter Thirsk sees his hamlet unmade: the harvest blackened by smoke and fear, the new arrivals cruelly punished, and his neighbours held captive on suspicion of witchcraft. But something even darker is at the heart of his story, and he will be the only man left to ...
Jonathan Ruppin on the mesmerising new novel from a long-admired writer.
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