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The European Union Prize for Literature (EUPL) recognises emerging fiction writers from the European Union and beyond. Engaging the 41 countries participating in the Creative Europe programme of the European Union, the Prize celebrates 41 outstanding new literary talents across a cycle of three years.
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Read excerpts from the 14 novels nominated for the European Union Prize for Literature 2022 
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Découvrez les extraits des livres nominés pour EUPL 2022 Lisez les extraits des 14 romans nominés pour le Prix de littérature de l'Union européenne 2022
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The European Union Prize for Literature (EUPL) recognises emerging fiction writers from the European Union and beyond. Engaging the 41 countries participating in the Creative Europe programme of the European Union, the Prize celebrates 41 outstanding new literary talents across a cycle of three years.
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Press release: EUPL renewed for a fifth consecutive cycle, running from 2022 to 2024
Awards
European Union Prize for Literature looks forward to the 2021 Award Ceremony in Brussels
The EUPL Consortium, comprising of the European Writers’ Council (EWC), the Federation of European Publishers (FEP) and the European and International Booksellers Federation (EIBF), leading the European Union Prize for Literature (EUPL), is happy – together with the European Commission – to reveal the 2021 edition of its yearly European Stories
Winners
The European Union Prize for Literature (EUPL) recognises emerging fiction writers from the European Union and beyond. Engaging the 41 countries participating in the Creative Europe programme of the European Union, the Prize celebrates 41 outstanding new literary talents across a cycle of three years.
We are excited to reveal 55 authors and books from 14 participating countries nominated for the 2021 European Union Prize for Literature   
This summer, we launched this exciting series on #EUPLreviews, where our EUPL laureates read and review other EUPL winning books. In the latest installment, Noémi Szécsi, laureate of the prize for Hungary in 2009, read 'Heaven', the EUPL winning book of our 2019 laureate from Finland, Piia Leino.