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2010 Franco-British Council short story prize

By Tom Chatfield  

eiffel-towerThis is now the third year that Prospect has collaborated with the Franco-British Council on its annual prize for short fiction about France, and it was my pleasure this year to sit on the panel of judges choosing a winner in the two categories: secondary schools and undergraduates. The jury, made up of myself, Baroness Joyce Quin, Boyd Tonkin of the Independent and Ann Kenrick of the Franco British Council, met at the House of Lords recently to decide the winners. Other jury member Bonnie Greer was unable to attend the…

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