The European Union Prize for Literature is a celebration and acknowledgment of the work by prominent talents who constitute the driving force behind the classics of tomorrow," s aid Pirjo Hiidenmaa , EWC President. The Award Ceremony will follow the 'Culture in Motion' Conference — the conference presenting project results from the EU's Culture programme — and will precede the European Culture Forum on 29 and 30 September and will be bringing together interested parties from the field of culture.
The authors and their works will then be presented during the Frankfurt Book Fair in October and other promotional activities will be going on throughout the year and in The prize will be granted in three phases , in the years , and , with 11 or 12 winners each time. By , a winner will have been announced for each the 34 countries participating in the EU Culture Programme.
The phases are as follows:. In order to select the winners, national juries were set up to choose a talent in the field of contemporary literature fiction in their country. The value of the Prize is a lump sum of 5 Euros for each winner. Additionally, measures will be also taken within the Culture Programme to stimulate the translation of the winning authors' works. The Programme supports trans-national cultural cooperation projects involving operators from a minimum of three different countries participating in the programme. It also provides specific support for the translation of literary works and is open to all cultural sectors except audiovisual, for which a separate programme exists.
Paulus Hochgatterer , born in , lives as a writer and child therapist in Vienna.
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He has received diverse literary prizes and commendations, most recently the Elias Canetti Stipend of the town of Vienna, and is the author of several novels and story collection. Mila Pavicevic was born in Dubrovnik on the 4 th of July She reads Comparative literature and Greek language and literature at the Zagreb University. Emmanuelle Pagano was born in Aveyron in September She graduated in Fine Arts, and has done university researches in the field of esthetics in the cinema as well as the multimedia.
She graduated in Finnish and English in Budapest, and studied cultural anthropology in Helsinki. She published her first novel, Finno-Ugrian Vampire in , reprinted in due to its success. The script based on the novel was shortlisted by the workshop of Sundance Institute.
Communist Monte Cristo , published in — besides being a historical novel and a saga of a family — is an artistic interpretation of the history of communist idea in Hungary based on elaborate research. Karen Gillece was born in Dublin in She studied Law at University College Dublin and worked for several years in the telecommunications industry before turning to writing full-time. She was short listed for the Hennessy New Irish Writing Award in , and her short stories have been widely published in literary journals and magazines.
Daniele Del Giudice was born in Rome in The first novel he published was Lo stadio di Wimbledon Einaudi This book was followed by Atlante occidentale Einaudi, , a novel about changes of perceptions and feelings, an anthropological mutation caused by science and widespread technology, set in Geneva in the enormous nuclear accelerator in the heart of Europe where a young physicist works on matters tiniest elements and where new languages and objects are created.
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She was born in Vilnius, on December 8, In she left Vilnius Senvage School and in — enrolled into Vilnius University Department of Extramural Studies to study the Lithuanian language and literature. In she worked as a freelance publicist at magazine Malonumas , in — as a language editor at children magazine Genys , in as a journalist at magazine for young mother Tavo vaikas.
In she won the republic competition of young philologists and was awarded with 1st rank diploma for the best pupil prose. In she also won a competition of the First Book organized by the Writers Union. The same year play Liuce Skates is staged in a National Youth theatre. Book Awarded: - Innsirkling - in English : Encirclement. Carl Frode Tiller born January 4 , in Namsos is a author, historian and musician.
His works are in Nynorsk lit. Downward Slope was nominated for the Brageprisen the Brage Prize is a juried award. In the fall of Innsirkling received the Norwegian Critics Prize for Literature and was nominated for the premiere Scandinavian literature prize, the Nordic Council's Literature Prize. Dukaj studied philosophy at the Jagiellonian University. He successfully debuted at the age of 16 with a short story Zlota Galera Golden Galley. He is known for the complexity of his books, and it is often said that a single short story of Dukaj contains more ideas than many other writers put into their books in their lifetime.
Popular themes in his works include the technological singularity , nanotechnology and virtual reality , and because of this his books often can be classified as hard science fiction. She regrets the lack of memories related with her journey, in Vera Cruz, to Angola. From her childhood she remembers the mango tree in the backyard, the sea and the involving space that shaped her soul. She returned to Portugal in Later, she graduated in the Law Faculty, in the University of Lisbon; she wrote screenplays and spent some time with uselessness.
Dulce also wrote short stories. She has faith, a family and a pocket full of friends. She kept on writing and enjoying uselessness. She lives in Lisbon. Pavol Rankov is a writer of prose fiction, essayist, journalist, information scientist and university pedagogue, after completing his secondary schooling in Bratislava studied library science at the Philosophical Faculty of Bratislava's Comenius University He participates in projects with Slovak Radio.
He lives in Bratislava.
Helena Henschen was born in and raised in Stockholm. She has an artistic background and has worked as a graphic designer. Henschen has both written and illustrated children's books and she was one of the founders of the famous Swedish design company Mah-Jong. At the age of six his grandmother taught him to read and write and for Henning Mankell that was a profound experience.
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Henning Mankell was soon bored with secondary school and left at the age of 16 to work as a merchant seaman. He worked for two years as a stevedore on a Swedish ship ferrying coal and iron ore to Europe and America. After having signed off Henning Mankell settled in Paris in He stayed there for a year and a half in a constant shortage of money, although he experienced the activism and political debate. Thereafter he went to Stockholm to work as a stagehand.
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While working as a stagehand he wrote his first play, The Amusement Park , about Swedish colonial interests in the 19 th century's South America. In , shortly after his father died, Henning Mankell's first novel The Stone Blaster was released. It tells the story of the workers' union movement and is still in print in Sweden.
It is about an old man looking back on his life and on Swedish society and the need for solidarity, a theme that is frequently recurring in Henning Mankell's works and in his life. More Details Original Title. Other Editions 8. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Les Adolescents troglodytes , please sign up.
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