Piranesi by Susanna Clarke (Bloomsbury) is the winner of the 2021 Women’s Prize for Fiction, chosen from a shortlist of six titles.
The Women’s Prize for Fiction celebrates “excellence, originality and accessibility in writing by women throughout the world.” The winner receives £30,000 and a bronze “Bessie” trophy. The 2021 judges were Elizabeth Day, Bernardine Evaristo (chair), Vick Hope, Nesrine Malik, and Sarah-Jane Mee.
For more information, including the complete shortlist, see their official website.
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