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Warwick Prize for Writing 2011

The Prize for Writing can be won by authors from any country, regardless of the type of writing that they produce. A panel of invited judges consider many works to decide which most deserves the Warwick Prize for Writing. The winner of the Warwick Prize for Writing 2011 was announced on Tuesday 22 March at an event at the Royal Festival Hall, London. Peter Forbes was announced as the winner by the Chair of the Judging Panel, Michael Rosen, for his work Dazzled and Deceived: Mimicry and Camouflage.

Introducing the Warwick Prize for Writing 2011 - Prof Jeremy Treglown

12:22 Tue 13 Dec 2011

Professor Jeremy Treglown, director of the Warwick Prize for Writing, introduces the 2011 prize.

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The Warwick Prize for Writing Shortlist 2011

10:08 Tue 13 Dec 2011

Vice-Chancellor Professor Nigel Thrift, Baroness Lola Young and Dr Michael Rosen discuss the role of judging The Warwick Prize for Writing, the theme of colour and the process of creating the shortlist.

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The Warwick Prize For Writing 2011 - Winner Announcement

10:08 Tue 13 Dec 2011

The announcement of the winner of The Warwick Prize For Writing 2011 at the Royal Festival Hall, London on March 22nd 2011.

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The Warwick Writing Prize 2011 - Dr Michael Rosen on Choosing the Winner

10:08 Tue 13 Dec 2011

Chair of 'The Warwick Prize for Writing' judging panel Dr Michael Rosen discusses the process of choosing a winner and his thoughts on the winning book.

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Dr Michael Rosen in Conversation with Winner Peter Forbes

10:08 Tue 13 Dec 2011

Peter Forbes, recipient of the Warwick Prize for Writing 2011, discusses his acclaimed work with the chair of the judging panel Dr Michael Rosen.

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