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Gordon Graham Prize for Naga Literature - Winners

This award for the knowledge- keepers and idea-givers of Naga society was launched in 2018.

In its inaugural year we received a very high quality of entries making the final decision a hard one!

The winner od the Fiction award went to Easterine Kire for her wonderful novel “ When the River Sleeps” and the non-fiction award went to Kethoser Kevichusa for his work “ Forgiveness and Politics : A Critical Appraisal “

Abstracts of both titles can be read below.

The awards were presented on April 9th in Kohima in the presence of Mr Niephiu Rio, the Chief Minister of Nagaland. Mr Rio also presented the award to Kethoser Kevichusa.

The second Gordon Graham Prize for Naga literature was also launched . The closing dates for entries is June 15th 2019. The entry form can be obtained here.

Read an abstract of 'Forgiveness and politics: a critical appraisal' Read an abstract of 'When the river sleeps'

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