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Introducing the winner of the 2023 Nan Shepherd Prize
The third Nan Shepherd Prize for underrepresented voices in nature writing has been won by Alycia Pirmohamed for her submission A Beautiful and Vital Place.
She receives a £10,000 publishing contract with Canongate and an offer of literary representation from Caro Clarke at Portobello Literary. Congratulations to Alycia and to all the shortlisted and longlisted authors.
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What is the Nan Shepherd Prize?
The Nan Shepherd Prize is for unpublished, underrepresented nature writers. It runs every two years, and the next prize will be awarded in 2025. Want to be reminded when we open for submissions? Join our newsletter.