Posts Tagged ‘Awards’

And the Winner Is…

And the Winner Is…
Each fall we keep our eye on some of our favorite book awards, including the Stanford Dolman Travel Book of the Year, the Man Booker Prize and of course, the Nobel prize for literature. Here are this year’s winners, ready to be added to your list of books to read this season: Down to the
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Booker Prize 2013

Booker Prize 2013
From the Man Booker Prize… So, Eleanor Catton with The Luminaries it is. The youngest Man Booker winner in the prize’s history (she is 28 but completed The Luminaries aged 27) has triumphed with the longest ever Man Booker winning novel (832 pages). Catton is just the second New Zealander to win the prize, the
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Destination Stewardship Award

Destination Stewardship Award
Peaks of the Balkans – from the countries of Albania, Kosovo, Montenegro – was awarded the Tourism for Tomorrow Destination Stewardship Award at the World Travel & Tourism Council’s 13th Global Summit in Abu Dhabi on April 9. Bill Clinton delivered the keynote address. The three other winners were El Nido Resorts in the Philippines
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Mantel Wins the Booker, Again

Mantel Wins the Booker, Again
Hilary Mantel became the first woman — and the first Briton — to win the coveted Man Booker Prize twice with her utterly absorbing sequel to Wolf Hall. Mantel delves into the heart of Tudor history in Bring up the Bodies, tracing in riveting detail the downfall of Anne Boleyn over nine momentous months in
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