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Past Winners & Finalists | PEN / Faulkner Foundation Below are the past winners and finalists of the PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction from 1981 through the present. A PDF of this listing is also available here. 2016 – James Hannaham, Delicious Foods Julie Iromuanya, Mr. and Mrs. 2015 – Atticus Lish, Preparation for the Next Life Jeffery Renard Allen, Song of the Shank Jennifer Clement, Prayers for the Stolen Emily St. 2014 – Karen Joy Fowler We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves Daniel Alarcón, At Night We Walk in Circles Percival Everett, Percival Everett by Virgil Russell Joan Silber, Fools Valerie Trueblood, Search Party: Stories of Rescue 2013 – Benjamin Alire Sáenz,Everything Begins & Ends at the Kentucky Club Amelia Gray, Threats Laird Hunt, Kind One T. Thomas Mallon, Watergate 2012 – Julie Otsuka, The Buddha in the Attic Russell Banks, The Lost Memory of Skin Don DeLillo, The Angel Esmeralda: Nine StoriesAnita Desai, The Artist of DisappearanceSteven Millhauser, We Others: New and Selected Stories Jennifer Egan, A Visit From the Goon Squad
BookGlutton All Nobel Prizes in Literature The Nobel Prize in Literature 1977 Vicente Aleixandre "for a creative poetic writing which illuminates man's condition in the cosmos and in present-day society, at the same time representing the great renewal of the traditions of Spanish poetry between the wars" The Nobel Prize in Literature 1943 No Nobel Prize was awarded this year. The prize money was with 1/3 allocated to the Main Fund and with 2/3 to the Special Fund of this prize section. The Nobel Prize in Literature 1942 The Nobel Prize in Literature 1941 The Nobel Prize in Literature 1940 The Nobel Prize in Literature 1935 The Nobel Prize in Literature 1908 Rudolf Christoph Eucken "in recognition of his earnest search for truth, his penetrating power of thought, his wide range of vision, and the warmth and strength in presentation with which in his numerous works he has vindicated and developed an idealistic philosophy of life" The Nobel Prize in Literature 1906 Giosuè Carducci The Nobel Prize in Literature 1904 Frédéric Mistral
Governor General's Literary Awards | The Canada Council for the Arts As Canada’s national literary awards, the GGs represent the rich diversity of Canadian literature. Some 1,600 books are submitted each year from English and French-language publishers representing authors, translators and illustrators from across Canada, in seven categories. About the GGs Discover the winners and finalists! Titles submitted to the Governor General's Literary Awards Submission information for 2014 Home | Precedent | Digital and brand design – London, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Perth Congratulations to Sofie Laguna, winner of the 2015 Miles Franklin Award - Allen & Unwin - Australia Allen & Unwin are absolutely thrilled to announce that Sofie Laguna has won Australia's most prestigious literary prize - the 2015 Miles Franklin Literary Award for her mesmerising novel The Eye of the Sheep. Commenting on behalf of the judging panel, State Library of New South Wales Mitchell Librarian, Richard Neville, commented that 'the power of this finely crafted novel lies in its raw, high-energy, coruscating language which is the world of young Jimmy Flick, who sees everything. But his manic x-ray perceptions don't correspond with the way others see his world. His older brother understands him some of the time, and his mother almost all of the time, but other people, including his violent father, just see him as difficult. The Miles Franklin Award is worth $60,000 and is presented each year to a novel which 'presents Australian life in any of its phases'. Congratulations Sofie! Find out more The Eye of the Sheep by Sofie Laguna More details
1000 novels everyone must read: the definitive list Selected by the Guardian's Review team and a panel of expert judges, this list includes only novels – no memoirs, no short stories, no long poems – from any decade and in any language. Originally published in thematic supplements – love, crime, comedy, family and self, state of the nation, science fiction and fantasy, war and travel – they appear here for the first time in a single list. Feel we've left off a crucial book? Comedy Crime Family and self Love
Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey, U.S. Poet Laureate, 2012- Photo by Nancy Crampton On June 10, 2013, Librarian of Congress James H. Natasha Trethewey's Poet Laureate Project: "Where Poetry Lives" During her second term, the Laureate is participating in a series of reports with PBS NewsHour Senior Correspondent Jeffrey Brown, as part of the show's Poetry Series. Trethewey, the 19th Poet Laureate, took up her duties in the fall of 2012, opening the Library's annual literary season with a reading of her work on Thursday, September 13 in the Coolidge Auditorium. Her second term will begin in September. "Natasha Trethewey is an outstanding poet/historian," Billington said. Trethewey succeeds Philip Levine as Poet Laureate and joins a long line of distinguished poets who have served in the position including W.