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PPC Annual Awards shortlists unveiled

1st February 2012

The shortlists for the Publishers' Publicity Circle (PPC) Annual Awards, which recognise the publicists responsible for the best PR campaigns carried out over the past 12 months, have been unveiled.

Each year, the awards are issued by the PPC as part of its commitment to book promotion, with campaigns judged on the use of imagination, careful thought and effective planning.

This year's categories include the Foyles Award for Paperback Original Non-Fiction, with six contenders up for the prize.

The shortlist comprises How to Leave Twitter by Grace Dent, Rebecca Asher's Shattered and Tiger Tiger by Margaux Fragoso.

God Collar by Marcus Brigstocke, Caitlin Moran's How to Be a Woman and A Pocketful of Holes and Dreams by Jeff Pearce complete the list of contenders.

Representatives from each of the sponsors will comprise the judging panels for the awards, the winners of which will be announced at the PPC Annual Awards dinner on February 15th.

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