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Three EUPL 2013 winners Marica Bodrožić (Germany), Katri Lipson (Finland) and Ioana Pârvulescu (Romania) discuss their work and its place in the European literary scene with arts journalist...
EUPL is recruiting a project assistant for a six months contrat (July – December 2014) The project assistant will take part in all the activities of the Consortium made of EBF/FEP/EWC and will...
Join us for an evening of conversation with best-selling Serbian author, Jelena Lengold Winner of the European Union  Prize for Literature, 2011 In conversation with Roy Cross of the British...
Organized by Taipei Book Fair Foundation (TBFF), Taipei International Book Exhibition 2014 (TIBE 2014)  is scheduled to take place at Taipei World Trade Center (TWTC) Exhibition...
The interviews of the Winning Authors are now available. The interviews of Lidija Dimkovska, FYROM, and Gabriela Babnik, Slovenia, are not subtitled yet. The subtitled versions will be online very...
Marica Bodrozic, winner EUPL 2013, will be in residence at PassaPorta from 24 November til 22 December 2014. She will be staying four weeks in their writer's flat at the Old Grain Market. Passa...
Discover the first 8 videos of the winning Authors 2013! Authors were interviewed in Passaporta, Brussels, the day before the Awards Ceremony.
24 heures de lectures pour 72 extraits de textes de femmes, accompagnées par 27 musiciens live : la SACD soutient le second Marathon des Autrices qui se déroulera à l’...
Pasan casi 10 segundos entre la pregunta —“¿Dónde está su casa?”— y la respuesta —“No sabría decirlo”—. Cristian Crusat,...
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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.