James Tait Black Memorial Prize

James Tait Black Memorial Prize

The James Tait Black Memorial Prizes are literary prizes awarded for literature written in the English language. They are Britain's oldest literary awards. Based at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland, United Kingdom, the prizes were founded in 1919 by Mrs Janet Coutts Black in memory of her late husband, James Tait Black, a partner in the publishing house of A & C Black Ltd.

Read more about James Tait Black Memorial Prize:  History, Selection Process and Prize Administration, Eligibility, List of Recipients, Best of The James Tait Black (2012)

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