Zadie Smith wins Orange Prize for fiction

UK author Zadie Smith has won the 2006 Orange Prize for fiction for her novel On Beauty. The Orange Prize is a major International award for the best full-length novel, written in English, by a woman.

On Beauty and Smith’s other two novels, White Teeth and The Autograph Man are available in the CSU Library.

Australian Carrie Tiffany was the only first-time novelist shortlisted for this year’s Orange Prize, for her book Everyman’s Rules for Scientific Living. This terrific novel has just arrived and will be shortly be available in the CSU Library. Recommended!

Check the CSU Library Catalogue for location details.