It is across the board—every booker prize winner has done well for us—at least in the last 10 years.
At 28, Eleanor Catton became the youngest ever winner of the booker prize with her swirling, mesmerizing epic The Luminaries.
That is, until a page on the booker prize website announced it as the winner a week before the decision.
The surprise winner of the booker prize proves the subversive power of humor, says Matthew Syed—and is long overdue.
One of the surprise choices for the booker prize “long list” this year is C by Tom McCarthy.
When the booker prize was launched as the “British Goncourt” in 1969, it was met by a universal guffaw.
This week: the booker prize, hairy Renaissance women, and the British abroad.
After coming up short three times, novelist Julian Barnes finally won the booker prize—and for a deeply wise and important book.
Amanda Foreman, author of Georgiana and A World on Fire, and judge of the booker prize introduces the event.
The booker prize was awarded to the underdog Howard Jacobson for The Finkler Question and sure to be a bestseller.