On August 15, Garth spoke with Matt Haig about cruising and LGBT rights for Channel 4 News. You can watch the segment here

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A new story, "An Evening Out," is in the August 21 issue of The New Yorker. You can read the text online here, or listen to Garth read it here. There's also a short interview about the story available on The New Yorker's website. 

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WHAT BELONGS TO YOU has won the British Book Award for Debut of the Year. See the full list of winners here

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WHAT BELONGS TO YOU is a finalist for the James Tait Black Memorial Prize, the UK's oldest literary award. See the rest of the finalists here

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WHAT BELONGS TO YOU is on the shortlist for the Green Carnation Prize, honoring LGBT literature in the UK. See the rest of the shortlist here

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WHAT BELONGS TO YOU is a finalist for a British Book Award for Best Fiction Debut. See the full list of finalists here

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WHAT BELONGS TO YOU is a finalist for a Lambda Literary Award. See the rest of the finalists here

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WHAT BELONGS TO YOU is a finalist for the PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction. See the rest of the finalists here

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WHAT BELONGS TO YOU is a finalist for the L.A. Times Book Prize in Fiction. See the full list of finalists here

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At the New Yorker, James Wood names WHAT BELONGS TO YOU one of his four favorite books of 2016. See the rest of the list here

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Dwight Garner names WHAT BELONGS TO YOU one of the Top 10 Books of 2016 at The New York Times. See the rest of the list here

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Publishers Weekly names WHAT BELONGS TO YOU one of the Top 10 Books of 2016. WBTY has also been named a Notable or Best Book of 2016 by The New Yorker, The New York Times, The SpectatorThe Washington Post, The Paris Review, NPR, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Evening Standard, The Guardian, The Herald ScotlandEsquire, New York Magazine, GQ, BuzzFeed, NYLON, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Indendent (Ireland), OUT, Slate, PBS Book View Now, Vol 1 Brooklyn, The Chicago Review of Books, RTE (Ireland), Review 31 (UK), The Hindu (India), The Sunday Times (South Africa), Bustle, The Miami Herald, Chicago Reader, The Telegraph, Minnesota Public Radio, The Bay Area Reporter, Entropy Magazine, Jezebel, Largehearted Boy, Overland (Australia), The Rereaders (Australia), The New Indian Express, The Express Tribune (Pakistan), The Winnipeg Free Press, Knack Focus (Belgium), SBS (Australia), Glommable, Digg, The Wild Detectives, Bookish Buzz, Otago Daily Times (New Zealand), Walrus, Civilian, Run Spot Run, Good Books Guide, The Adroit Journal, The Fader, Their Bated Breath, and Cultured Vultures. It's also included in The Guardian's Best Holiday Reads 2016

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Four writers named WHAT BELONGS TO YOU in The Guardian's Best Books of 2016: Andrew Solomon ("The best first novel I have read in a generation"), Damian Barr ("A classic"), SJ Watson ("A novel that finds the beauty and poetry in cruising bathrooms for sex"), and Rupert Thomson ("It's the specificity of Garth Greenwell's observations that gives this debut novel its emotional power").

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WHAT BELONGS TO YOU is longlisted for the National Book Award. See the rest of the longlist here

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WHAT BELONGS TO YOU is shortlisted for the Center for Fiction's First Novel Prize. See the rest of the shortlist here

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WHAT BELONGS TO YOU is a WHSmith Fresh Talent Summer 2016 pick. Learn more about the promotion here

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Garth was interviewed by Michael Silverblatt for KCRW's Bookworm. Audio is available here.

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WHAT BELONGS TO YOU is #4 on the Evening Standard's list of London bestsellers in fiction (5/12/16).

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WHAT BELONGS TO YOU was discussed on BBC Radio 4's Saturday Review. Audio is available here

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WHAT BELONGS TO YOU is #3 on the Evening Standard's list of London bestsellers in fiction (4/21/16).

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WHAT BELONGS TO YOU makes the LA Times Bestseller list (2/7 & 2/21/16).

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WHAT BELONGS TO YOU is a New York Times Book Review Editors' Choice (2/7/2016).

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WHAT BELONGS TO YOU is out on Jan 19 from FSG in the US and on April 7 from Picador in the UK. Translations forthcoming into German, Spanish, French, Italian, Swedish, Portuguese, Finnish, Dutch, Greek, Hebrew, Chinese, and Bulgarian.