Caryl Phillips

Winner, Anthony N Sabga Carribean Award for Excellence
Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts
Finalist, 2007 Essence Literary Award for Foreigners
Winner, 2006 PEN Beyond Margins Award for Dancing in the Dark
Finalist, 2004 Hurston/Wright Legacy Award in Fiction for A Distant Shore
Winner, Commonwealth Writers Prize for Best Book for A Distant Shore
Finalist, 2004 PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction for A Distant Shore
Finalist, 2004 National Book Critics Circle in Fiction for A Distant Shore
Longlist, The Man Booker Prize for A Distant Shore

Caryl Phillips is the author of numerous works of fiction and nonfiction, including Color Me English: Reflections on Migration and Belonging (The New Press). His novel A Distant Shore won the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize, and his other awards include the Martin Luther King Memorial Prize, a Guggenheim fellowship, and the James Tait Black Memorial Prize. Phillips is a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and the Royal Society of the Arts and is a regular contributor to The Guardian and the New Republic. He is a professor of English at Yale University and lives in New York City.

Books by Caryl Phillips

Color Me English
Reflections on Migration and Belonging

Caryl Phillips