Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction

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The Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction is the new name of the Orange Prize for Fiction, established in 1996. In 2013, the award was called Women’s Prize for fiction. The prize honours and celebrates fiction written by women and published in the United Kingdom.

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Best of the Best

In 2005 Small island by Andrea Levy was chosen as the Orange Prize Best of the Best - the best Orange Prize for Fiction winner over the first 10 years that the Prize had been running.

In 2015 Half of a yellow sun by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie was named the Best of the Best of the winners of the second decade of the Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction, as chosen by the Chairs of judges of the previous ten years.

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Women’s Prize for Fiction

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Orange Prize for Fiction

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  • Home Marilynne Robinson Winner

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In 2015 Half of a Yellow Sun was named the ‘Best of the Best’ of the winners of the second decade of the Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction, as chosen by the Chairs of judges of the previous ten years.

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In 2005 Small Island was chosen as the Orange Prize Best of the Best - the best Orange Prize for Fiction winner over the first 10 years that the Prize had been running.

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Orange Award for New Writers

The Orange Award for New Writers ran from 2005 to 2010. Its focus was on emerging talent. All first works of fiction – including novels, short story collections and novellas, written in English by a woman of any age or nationality and published as a book in the United Kingdom – were eligible.

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  • 26a Diana Evans Winner
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