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The Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize is a British literary prize established in 1963 in tribute to Geoffrey Faber, founder and first Chairman publisher Faber & Faber. It recognises a single volume of poetry or fiction by a Commonwealth author under 40, and is in alternating years awarded to poetry and fiction.

In its first year, the prize was awarded to Christopher Middleton for his poetry.

Previous winners


Details up to 1989 : Prizewinning Literature: UK Literary Award Winners by Anne Strachan, publ. 1989 by Library Association Publishing Ltd ISBN 0 85365 558 8

  1. ^ The Interior of a Heron's Egg: Michael Donaghy, 1954-2004, Magazine article by Joshua Mehigan; New Criterion, Vol. 23, April 2005
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Details from 1998 :



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