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Higher state of literary consciousness

Author Neil Griffiths has launched a new literary award, the Republic of Consciousness Prize, in support of small presses.

The Republic of Consciousness Prize for Best Novel published by a Small Press will offer a prize of £2,000, to be split between author and publisher. Award-winning novelist Neil published his first two novels, Betraying Naples and Saving Caravaggio, with Penguin, but his next book, Family of Love will be placed with an indie, and his experience of the recent output of small presses motivated him to support the ‘brilliant and brave’ fiction produced by the likes of Galley Beggar Press, And Other Stories and Fitzcarraldo Editions.

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