Marlon James wins Man Booker for Fiction
October 14, 2015
A brief history of seven killings by Marlon James won the Man Booker Prize for Fiction by a unanimous vote. James is the first Jamaican born winner of the Man Booker. He currently lives in Minneapolis. James says reggae music had a strong influence on this novel. The BBC article includes a clip of his acceptance speech. The official Man Booker Prize website includes the short and long list of nominees. The Guardian article includes a podcast. We own A brief history in seven killings in all formats except eaudio which is not available.
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