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Tuesday, 25 March 2014

Event: Announcement of the 2014 Inky Award Longlist

The 20 books longlisted for the 2014 Inky Awards were revealed by Inside a Dog at the Somerset Celebration of Literature recently. The Longlist announcement includes ten young adult titles by Australian authors and ten by international authors.

Now that the longlist of titles has been selected, the search is on for a team of six teen judges to whittle the list down to ten titles (five Australian, five international). The final winners will be selected by votes submitted through the Inside a Dog website after the shortlist is announced in August 2014.

The longlisted titles are listed below. For more information on how to apply for a position on the shortlist selection panel, visit the Inside a Dog website. Applications close on the 14th April 2014. You can also find links to past Inky Award longlists and shortlists here. 

 Gold Inky Titles
Zac & Mia – A J Betts (KBR review here)
All This Could End – Steph Bowe (KBR review here)
Steal My Sunshine – Emily Gale
The Whole of My World – Nicole Hayes (KBR review here)
These Broken Stars – Amie Kaufman, Meagan Spooner (KBR review here)
The First Third – Will Kostakis (KBR review here)
Every Breath – Ellie Marney (KBR review here)
Fairytales for Wilde Girls – Allyse Near
Run – Tim Sinclair
The Sky So Heavy – Claire Zorn (KBR review here)

Silver Inky Titles 
All The Truth That’s In Me – Julie Berry (KBR review here)
Where the Stars Still Shine – Trish Doller
Seraphina – Rachel Hartman
When We Wake – Karen Healey
Two Boys Kissing – David Levithan
Acid – Emma Pass
Man Made Boy – Jon Skovron
Winger – Andrew Smith
Wild Awake – Hilary T. Smith (KBR review here)
The Screaming Staircase – Jonathan Stroud

For more information about the Inky’s, visit the Inside a Dog website.

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