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Highland Book Prize 2020, winner
Lews Castle College UHI
The Changing Outer Hebrides: Galson and the Meaning of Place by Frank Rennie, published by Acair Books, wins the 2020 Highland Book Prize
The Highland Book Prize, established in 2017, celebrates the finest published work that recognises the rich talent, landscape and cultural diversity of the Highlands.
This annual prize is open to work in fiction, non-fiction and poetry.
Presented by the Highland Society of London and facilitated by Moniack Mhor Creative Writing Centre, this literary prize aims to bring recognition to books created in or about the Highlands.
The winner will be announced at the Ullapool Book Festival, May 2021, and will be awarded £1000 prize money and a week’s writing retreat at Moniack Mhor Creative Writing Centre.
The William Grant Foundation provides funding to encourage public engagement with the Highland Book Prize.
Degree of recognition
The Changing Outer Hebrides: Galson and the Meaning of Place