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WINSTON GRAHAM PRIZE
The Winston Graham Historical Fiction Prize is funded by a generous legacy from the author and supported by his family. Launched in 2008 the prize looks for a work of historical fiction preferably with a clear connection to Cornwall. A competition prize of £3,000 is available to the winning book of historical fiction based in the South West of England.
 
The winner of the 2016 prize was Martin Sutton with his book The Lost Paradise (see link below). A unanimous decision by the judging panel for the 2018 prize gave Ian Mortimer the top prize of £3000 for his book The Outcasts of Time (see link below) published by Simon and Schuster.
 
The Royal Cornwall Museum are delighted to launch the next round of the prize and are accepting entries of novels published in the last three years prior to the deadline of June 30th 2020.
Terms and conditions may be found at:
The author on Perranporth Beach.
In the background is the wooden bungalow he rented and
walked to each day to write the novel Demelza.
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Front covers of the the Pan Macmillan re-published Poldark novels to accompany the TV series 2015-2019
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