Gaiman Joins Dundee Literary Prize Panel

Neil Gaiman has been chosen as a judge for the Dundee International Book Prize for debut novelists. Broadcaster Kirsty Lang, publisher Scott Pack, literary agent Felicity Blunt, and writer/critic Stuart Kelly, will be joining Gaiman on the judges panel.

The winner of the Prize will be granted a publishing deal with Cargo Publishing, in addition to £10,000, the largest cash award for unpublished work in the UK. The Dundee International Book Prize is in its 10th year and is a joint venture between the ‘Dundee-One City, Many Discoveries’ campaign and Literary Dundee, a university-led initiative.

More information on the Dundee International Book Prize can be found here.