McKitterick Prize

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  • The McKitterick Prize is named after the late Tom McKitterick, the editor of Political Quaterly who has also written an unpublished novel and endowed this prize.
  • It is administrated by the Society of Authors, a non-profit making organization.
  • It is awarded annually for a first novel (published or unpublished) by an author over the age of 40.
  • The laureate gets £4000.
  • For more information about entry procedures, have a look at the application form.



  • Reina James, This Time of Dying (2006) published by Portobello - £4000


  • Andrew Cowan, Linda Grant and Salley Vickers