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When: 23 April 2015 - 7pm Where: Waterstones, Brussels, 71-75, Boulevard Adolphe Maxlaan
30 March 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).
Date: 10 April 2015 Venue Agenda Waterfront Time: 7pm
Promouvoir la diversité des œuvres littéraires européennes et encourager leur libre circulation : c’est dans cette optique qu’a été cr...
The winning authors will be announced by Mr. Tibor Navracsics, Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport. The participating countries in 2015 are  Austria , Croatia , France , Hungary...
Date: Monday 9th of March, 5.00 pm  Venue: Zepter Book World, 42 Kneza Mihaila, Belgrade 11000, Serbia
Date: 12 March at 7 pm Venue: Athens Technopolis (Peiraios 100 Gazi, 11854 Athens, Greece)
Venue : Dulwich Books, 6 Croxted Road, West Dulwich London SE21 8SW Date: Wednesday 18 March 2015 - 7pm -8.30pm Please RSVP to Dave Faulds at dulwichbooks@yahoo.co.uk
Venue: Palac Knih Luxor, Vaclavské namësti 41, Praha Date: 17 February - 5pm
Interviewer: Arjan Peters Date: Saturday 24th January 2015 | 13:00 Venue: Paagman Bookstore, Frederik Hendriklaan 217, 2582 CB Den Haag, The Netherlands For more information ...
The pictures and the video of the Awards ceremony 2014 are available on this website. Click on "Awards Ceremonies" in the menu and enjoy ..
The selected countries for the European Prize for Literature in 2015 are: Austria, Croatia, France, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia and Sweden.
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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.