The Story Prize Finalists Announced

The Story Prize has announced its finalists for 2010, and as usual it’s a diverse trio:

Memory Wall by Anthony Doerr
Gold Boy, Emerald Girl by Yiyun Li
Death Is Not an Option by Suzanne Rivecca

Judges this year are bookseller Marie du Vaure, Granta Editor John Freeman, and author Jayne Anne Phillips. The Story Prize event is March 2, with each of the authors reading from their works and speaking one-on-one with director Larry Dark. If you’re looking to be a completist and read every contender for a particular prize, this one is manageable—and it’s always a lively evening, definitely worth attending if you’re in the area.


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