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Duo chase £10,000 book prize

THE two finalists for the Dundee International Book Prize have been announced, with the winner set to earn a publishing deal and £10,000 cash prize.

Rachel Fenton, a writer and artist living in Auckland, New Zealand, was chosen for Some Things The English, while English writer and performer Amy Mason wrote Ida.

The winner, to be announced in October, will be chosen by writer Neil Gaiman, broadcaster Kirsty Lang, agent Felicity Blunt, publisher Scott Pack and former Man Booker Prize judge Stuart Kelly.

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