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The Folded Earth Makes The Man Asian Longlist

A despatch from the Maclehose Press blog: The Folded Earth Makes The Man Asian Longlist Anuradha’s second novel, The Folded Earth , has been included on the longlist for the 2011 Man Asian Literary Prize. Also on the longlist are Haruki Murakami’s novel-in-three-books 1Q84, novels by Jamil Ahmad and Amitav Ghosh and Rahul Bhattacharya’s debut, The Sly Company of People Who Care. Rahul Bhattacharya’s novel was yesterday announced as the winner of the Hindu Literary Prize, the shortlist for which included The Folded Earth . An Atlas of Impossible Longing , Roy’s own first novel, was one of the very earliest books to be published by MacLehose Press after she met Christopher MacLehose at the London Book Fair. When the Man Asian Longlist was announced on Sunday, he was impressed by the strength of the list: “There are at least three outstanding novelists on it — Anuradha must be as proud as we are.” The Longlist in Full JAMIL AHMAD (Pakistan)  - The Wandering Falco