We're thrilled to have 14 books featured on the longlist.
The American Library Association has just released the longlist for the 2022 Andrew Carnegie Medals for excellence and our very own Charlotte McConaghy has been selected for Once There Were Wolves.
'Thank you so much! This is lovely. Big congratulations to all the other longlisted authors,' said McConaghy on Twitter.
The awards were established in 2012 to recognise the best fiction and non-fiction titles published in the U.S. in the previous year.
The winners for each category, fiction and non-fiction, will be revealed in January. A $5,000 USD cash award is up for grabs.
A huge congratulations to McConaghy and the following longlisted authors:
- Once There Were Wolves by Charlotte McConaghy
- Smile by Sarah Ruhl
- The Promise by Damon Galgut
- Matrix by Lauren Groff
- First Person Singular by Haruki Murakami
- Bewilderment by Richard Powers
- China Room by Sunjeev Sahota
- Great Circle by Maggie Shipstead
- A Little Devil in America by Hanif Abdurraqib
- Facing the Mountain by Daniel James Brown
- The Anthropocene Reviewed by John Green
- Four Hundred Souls by Ibram X. Kendi
- Under a White Sky by Elizabeth Kolbert
- A Most Remarkable Creature by Jonathan Meiburg
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