Who is the greatest living writer of the British Isles?
How do we determine literary greatness? This is the question Andrew Motion asks in an online feature in the Arts’ Council Arts Debate.
The David Cohen Prize for Literature is awarded every two years to a writer from the UK or Ireland in recognition of a lifetime’s achievement in literature.
You get a chance to comment and vote for your own choice by following the above link, and then searching for ‘greatest writer’.