"September 28, 13.00–13.45: Significance of the prize - Grand seminar (room F3)
What does it mean for your career to receive an international award? Can a prize increase interest in literature from other countries? In an author talk between Marit Kapla (EUPL 2023) and Sara Mannheimer (EUPL 2012), you will hear more about EUPL and what it has meant for their authorship.
Participants: Marit Kapla, author and Sara Mannheimer, author. Host: Joseph Knevel, journalist.
After the seminar, Marit Kapla visits the Creative Europe stand (C02:39) where she signs this year's anthology.
The seminar is organized by Creative Europe – Culture at the Swedish Arts Council, together with the European Union Prize for Literature.
September 28, 15.30 - 16.00 Creative Europe and EU Prize for Literature
Meet Marit Kapla and get a free, signed anthology with texts by all the nominees for the EU Prize for Literature 2023. In our stand you will also meet Elin Rosenström and Matilda Ekström from Creative Europe Desk Culture Sweden. Come and hear more about the prize and about current support and opportunities within the EU program.
September 29, 14.00 - 14.30 European Union Prize for Literature
Come and ask all your questions about the EU Literature Prize to Matilda Ekström, Communications Officer. The prize was established in 2009 and promotes contemporary European literature. The Literature Prize is part of the EU's Creative Europe – Culture programme."