Morley Prize Podcast
Episode 3: Marianne Tatepo
The Morley Prize for Unpublished Writers of Colour is a new annual prize jointly presented by Morley College London and the Rachel Mills Literary Agency, awarded to a previously unpublished aspiring authors of colour.
The prize is intended to nurture and provide opportunities for aspiring novelists of colour, promote diverse fiction across the broader literary landscape of Britain and continue Morley College’s long history of educational excellence, community engagement, and support for social justice.
In this episode Morley College’s Dr Jack Davy is in conversation with Marianne Tatepo, founder of the Black Agents & Editors’ Group (BAE) and a Commissioning Editor for Ebury Press & Pop Press (Penguin Random House UK).
Applications for the Morley Prize are open until August 22nd. Check the Morley Prize site for more details.