Unsettled Ground Shortlisted for the Women’s Prize for Fiction

Unsettled Ground UK cover

I’m absolutely delighted and thrilled that Unsettled Ground has been shortlisted for the Women’s Prize for Fiction. The panel of five judges, chaired by Booker prize winner, Bernardine Evaristo whittled down the longlist of sixteen books to just six. You can find out more about the other shortlisted novels, and watch Bernardine Evaristo reading from Unsettled Ground, here. The winner will be announced on 7th July.

Unsettled Ground is available to buy in the UK from all independent book shops, Waterstones, and other online shops. If you’d like a chance to win the whole shortlist, Bloom and Wild, as well as Love Reading are running competitions to win all six novels.

The Women’s Prize has organised a 2021 Virtual Shortlist Festival over three days, where you can hear readings from all six novels, see author, Kate Mosse interview us all, and get the opportunity to put your own questions to the shortlisted authors.

I’m still doing a few more UK events for the publication of the book, and I have lots of online US events lined up. (Unsettled Ground will be published on May 18 in the US and Canada.) It would be lovely to see some of you at them. Click to visit my events page.

4 thoughts on “Unsettled Ground Shortlisted for the Women’s Prize for Fiction

  1. BIG CONGRATULATIONS!!!! Thrilling! I see you are heading for the winning ticket. I mean it. Wishing you all the best Claire.

    Warm wishes.

    Majed

    [Al-Ghazzawi (Majed)]

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