The New Angle Prize for Literature is a £2,500 biennial award sponsored by Gotelee Solicitors and Scrutton Bland Financial Services, for a book of literary merit set in or influenced by the region of East Anglia.
The 2017 winner, announced on Wednesday 6th September, was Julia Blackburn's "Threads, The Delicate Life of John Craske" (Jonathan Cape, April 2015).
The Runner-up was Jill Dawson's The Crime Writer (Hodder & Stoughton, June 2016). A Readers' Choice competition run by Suffolk Libraries was won by Rosy Thornton's Sandlands.
An annual Student New Angle Prize (SNAP) is awarded for a short piece of new writing, in a competition run in conjunction with the University of Suffolk. The 2018 competition has completed and details of the winner and runner up can be found here: