Two King’s Members have been long-listed for The Man Booker Prize 2017

‘I was probably quite an angry young woman’ … Fiona Mozley. Photograph: Hodder & Stoughton

Two King’s Members have been long-listed for The Man Booker Prize 2017 Fiona Mozley (KC 2006) for her debut novel ‘Elmet’.  Fiona  joined King’s College in 2006 to read for a BA in History. Following graduation she completed an MSci in History and Philosophy of Science and left King’s in 2010. Zadie Smith (KC 1994) for her novel ‘Swing Time’. Zadie  came up to King’s in 1994 and completed her BA in English. She was previously shortlisted for The Man Booker in 2005 for On Beauty. To view the full longlist please visit The Man Booker Prize website. 

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