Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize

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The Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize is the United Kingdom's only literary award for comic literature. Established in 2000 and named in honour of P. G. Wodehouse, past winners include Paul Torday in 2007 with Salmon Fishing in the Yemen and Marina Lewycka with A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian 2005 and Jasper Fforde for The Well of Lost Plots in 2004. Gary Shteyngart was the first American winner in 2011.The Prize is sponsored and organized by Bollinger, a producer of sparkling wines from the Champagne region of France, and Everyman Library, a book imprint that is a division of Random House. The winner is announced at the annual Hay Festival in May and is presented with a jeroboam of Champagne Bollinger Special Cuvée and 52 volumes of the Everyman Wodehouse edition; a Gloucestershire Old Spots pig is named after the winning novel.
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award received: Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize

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Author

Ian McEwan cover

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Ian McEwan

British author

works

29

Enduring Love

book by Ian McEwan

author: Ian McEwan

1997

Atonement

novel written by Ian McEwan

author: Ian McEwan

2001

Solar

novel by author Ian McEwan

author: Ian McEwan

2010

Sweet Tooth

book

author: Ian McEwan

2012

The Children Act

book by Ian McEwan

author: Ian McEwan

2014

Author

DBC Pierre cover

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DBC Pierre

Australian writer

works

3

Vernon God Little

novel by DBC Pierre

author: DBC Pierre

2003

Ludmila's Broken English

book by DBC Pierre

author: DBC Pierre

2006

Vernon God Little

author: DBC Pierre

Author

Alexander McCall Smith cover

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Alexander McCall Smith

British writer

Author

Michael Frayn

British writer

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