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  While waiting for the official video of the 2015 EUPL Awards Ceremony to be released, have a quick look at some unforgettable moments experienced by the 12 winning authors.   Video...
Tonight, we will have a marvellous opportunity to listen to the best emerging authors in Europe, and get carried away by their stories. We will take you on an interesting journey through the land of...
The 12 winning authors from the participating countries in 2015 will be presented an award for their work by Mr. Tibor Navracsics, Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport; in the...
EUNIC Brussels cordially invites you to meet 7 Winners of the 2015 European Union Prize for Literature Carolina Schutti (Austria), Undinė Radzevičiūtė (Lithuania), Edina Szvoren (Hungary),...
The European Commission is in general very satisfied with the way in which the European Union Prize for Literature (EUPL) has been operated since its launch. Together with other awards granted in the...
Passa Porta offers winning EUPL 2014 author a residence in Brussels Passa Porta, Brussels' International House of Literature welcomes writers from all over the world to share their thoughts on...
The event will take place on Friday 15 May at 19h30. Venue: OMNI Bücher, St. Luzi Strasse 18, Eschen
Venue: Boğaziçi Üniversitesi Rektörlük Konferans Salonu Time: Saat:16:00-18:00 İmza ve kokteyl: 18:00
The rights of the EUPL winning book All the Birds, Singing are now sold in 15 territories, 14 of them since Evie Wyld won the EU Literature prize!
27 April 2015: Meeting Janis Jonevs
Meet EUPL winner 2014 Janis Jonevs on the 27th of April at 3 pm Venue: Janis Roze bookstore (shopping centre SPICE).
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A European Prize for emerging talents in the field of contemporary fiction: WHY & HOW?

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The aim of the European Prize for Literature is to put the spotlight on the creativity and diverse wealth of Europe’s contemporary literature in the field of fiction, to promote the circulation of literature within Europe and encourage greater interest in non-national literary works.

The works of the selected winners (one per country participating in the prize on a rotation basis) will reach a wider and international audience, and touch readers beyond national and linguistic borders.