Posted on April 14, 2023 at 12:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

Granta magazine’s Best of British Novelists list has a new feature in its latest iteration.

Now, reports the Guardian, includes non-British authors who nevertheless “regard this country as their home."

So, for example, past Booker Prize winner Eleanor Catton — a New Zealand native who now lives in Cambridge — is eligible for the honor.

The Granta list highlights twenty novelists under forty every ten years, marking them as future literary stars, and has done so since 1983.

You can read the full Best of British Novelists list and learn more about the honorees in the Guardian.

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