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Jonathan Tulloch is a British writer. The author of eight novels, he also writes a regular feature for The Times. His 2000 novel The Season Ticket was adapted into the film Purely Belter. Tulloch has written eight books, some for adults and some for children. They are listed below: The Season Ticket (2000, adults). The Bonny Lad (2002, adults). The Lottery (2004, adults). I Am A Cloud, I Can Blow Anywhere (2007, children). Give Us This Day (2007, adults). A Winding Road (2011, adults).
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He has won the Betty Trask Prize and The JB Priestley Award.
2000) A novel by Jonathan Tulloch. Awards Betty Trask Award Best First Novel. Sewell and Gerry live in Gateshead.
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He won the Betty Trask Prize and The JB Priestley Award
He won the Betty Trask Prize and The JB Priestley Award. He writes the Times Nature Notebook, and a nature column in The Tablet. His next novel, Larkinland, a fictionalisation of Philip Larkin’s poetic world, is out with Seren in July – being born is the only crime, all the rest is self-defence.
Jonathan Tulloch, The Season Ticket (Jonathan Cape). Betty Trask Awards: Julia Leigh, The Hunter (Faber & Faber) Susan Elderkin, Sunset Over Chocolate Mountains (Fourth Estate) Galaxy Craze, By the Shore (Jonathan Cape) Nicholas Griffin, The Requiem Shark (Little Brown). Chomomdeley Awards given in recognition of a poet's whole body of writing. Alistair Elliot Michael Hamburger Adrian Henri Carole Satyamurti.