Ida Milne a frontrunner for inaugural nonfiction prize.
Nominations close in just over a week for the inaugural €10,000 Michel Déon Prize for the best work of nonfiction by a writer living in Ireland and the three most popular titles so far are Stacking the Coffins by Ida Milne; Notes to Self: Essays by Emilie Pine and Conflict, Peace and Mental Health: Addressing the consequences of conflict and trauma in Northern Ireland by David Bolton.
So far there are three HAPP-related books nominated -
Ida Milne (worked at Queen's during her IRC award)(http://www.kildarearchsoc.ie/stacking-the-coffins-by-ida-milne-ckas-member/ )
Peter Bowler (Emeritus Prof) (https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/history-of-the-future/93019E58F7425A28BC86F3158E867B99)
Jonathan Evershed (a former PhD student, supervisor Dr Dominic Bryan's) (https://www.amazon.co.uk/Ghosts-Somme-Commemoration-Culture-Northern/dp/0268103852)
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