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Andrew Holgate

Andrew Holgate

Andrew Holgate has been the literary editor of The Sunday Times since 2008 and before that was the deputy literary editor for nine years. He's been in the book world - in publishing, bookselling and literary journalism - his whole working life, was a judge on the then Samuel Johnson Prize in 2005, and runs and judges both the Sunday Times Audible Short Story Award and the Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year Award. He has co-edited two books, The Test of Time: What Makes a Classic a Classic? and The Cost of Letters: How Much Do You Think a Writer Needs to Live On?, and is an honorary fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.