Winners 2017

Overall East Anglian Book of the Year winner

Lapwing and Fox: Conversations between John Berger and John Christie, by John Christie (Objectif)

Fiction (judge: Sarah Perry)

Madame Zero, by Sarah Hall (Faber)

Biography & Memoir (judge: D J Taylor)

The Owl at the Window, by Carl Gorham (Coronet)

History & Tradition (judge: Chris Rushby)

Holkham, by Christine Hiskey (Unicorn Press)

General Non-Fiction (judge: Rebecca Stott)

Lapwing and Fox: Conversations between John Berger and John Christie, by John Christie (Objectif)

Poetry (judge: Jeremy Noel-Tod)

Was and Is, by Neil Powell (Carcanet)

The Mal Peet Children’s Award (judge: Rowan Mantell)

The Nearest Far Away Place, by Hayley Long (Hot Key Books).

Book by the Cover Award, presented by East Anglian Writers

Was and Is, by Neil Powell (Carcanet)

Exceptional Contribution Award

Peter Stibbons, Poppyland Publishing