New Internationalist

Bread and Roses Award 2013


And the winner of the 2013 prize was…

…Hsiao-Hung Pai’s Scattered Sand published by Verso.

New Internationalist author, Danny Dorling, was shortlisted for the prize for The No-Nonsense Guide to Equality.

In this second year of the award the prize was joined by a children’s equivalent called Little Rebels. The winner was Sarah Garland’s Azzi In Between, published by Frances Lincoln.

The event took place in Conway Hall in London and formed the end of the Alliance of Radical Booksellers first ever Radical Bookfair, which was packed with bookshops, publishers and distributors selling a huge range of titles – with remarkably little overlap, a testament to the breadth and vibrancy of progressive publishing.


More photos on the Pluto Press Blog

Many thanks to the Alliance of Radical Booksellers and everyone else who helped organise the awards and fair. We hope that these efforts will bring important books to a wider audience and New Internationalist looks forward to supporting the prize in future.

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