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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of longlist.


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  • Even making numerous notable lists even being longlisted for the Sir Richard Chranium shortlisted notable stories published electronically from May 7-May 8, 2011 did not bring him out of hiding.


  • Guardian Fiction Award, The Paper Eater (2000), and War Crimes for the Home (2002) which was longlisted for the Orange Prize and is currently being adapted for the stage.

    Liz Jensen biography

  • Andrea Levy begins her Booker-longlisted novel, The Long Song, with a consideration of how a story moves from speech to page

    Small Island by Andrea Levy

  • When Accidents in the Home was well received – it got impressive reviews and was longlisted for the Guardian first book award – she knew that the most important thing was that she could keep on writing: "I was so hungry to write the next one and the next."

    Tessa Hadley: A life in writing

  • I know that people have had trouble with the whole der it's fiction even if the character has the same name as the author and it's a novel even if it is short, but where the freak is The Spare Room on the Miles Franklin list (I don't think it was even longlisted)?

    Sugar and Spice and All Things Not Award-Winning

  • In Rebecca Hunt's audacious debut novel, longlisted for the Guardian first book award, Churchill's black dog goes by the name of Mr Chartwell, or Black Pat to his intimates, and he could not be less metaphorical.

    Mr Chartwell by Rebecca Hunt – review

  • Mr. Roth put such indignation on display most notably in "The Ghost Writer" and Mr. Jacobson in "Kalooki Nights," a novel set in 1950s Manchester that was longlisted for the Booker in 2007.

    A Comedy of Anti- and Philo-Semitism Takes a Prize

  • That's more than Julian Barnes's Booker longlisted The Sense of an Ending can hope to sell in a month.

    There's nothing wrong with judging a book by its cover | Viv Groskop

  • I'd been longlisted before, in 2006 for Blindsight, but didn't get nominated.

    Lucy Walker: My Oscars diary | Feature

  • It also occurred to me that Jacobson, often termed "the English Philip Roth," stood a good chance of pulling down the award because he's been around a while (longlisted twice before) and could be seen as deserving of the nod (and the approximately $80,000) over, say, Peter Carey, nominated this year for Parrot and Oliver in America, but also a previous winner.

    David Finkle: Easy Reader: Howard Jacobson's Novel Takes the Prize


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