Words mean prizes

February 25, 2005

A £7,500 literary prize for students on the University of East Anglia's famous creative writing masters course will be launched next month. The prize, the biggest of its kind, will be awarded by literary agents Curtis Brown. The award will be made for the best prose fiction, in memory of Giles Gordon, the literary agent who died last year.

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