EUPL winning authors will feature at various events at the Paris Book Fair, 15 to 18 March 2019. All events will take place at the Europe Stage. 15 March 2019
EUPL will be at the London Book Fair, taking place March 12-14, to hand out copies of the winning European Stories from 2018's short fiction competition commemorating the 10th anniversary of the EUPL.
Undinė Radzevičiūtė, 2015's Lithuanian winner, will be appearing at the Riga Book Fair on March 3rd at 11am in support of a recent Latvian translation of her winning text Žuvys ir drakonai as well as of her recent publication Kraujas melynas.
Paavo Matsin, 2016's Estonian winner, will be appearing at the Riga Book Fair on March 2nd at 2pm in support of a recent Latvian translation of his winning text Gogoli disko. It was translated by Maima Grīnberga and published by Janis Roze in 2019.
Bianca Bellová, 2017's Czech winner, will be appearing at the Riga Book Fair on March 1st at 1pm at the Writers' Lounge in support of a recent Latvian translation of her winning text Jezero. It was translated by Halina Lapina and published by Pētergailis in 2018.
Following their participation to the EU Literature festival in Tokyo (22-25 Nov. 2018) four European Union Prize for Literature (EUPL) winning authors participated in a residency programme in Naha, Okinawa. Organised by the EU delegation in Japan and EU Member States, the week-long event included the following authors:
This Friday February 22nd, 2014's Latvian EUPL winner Janis Jonevs will be appearing at the Vilnius Book Fair in support of his winning novel Jelgava '94 which has now been translated into 9 languages! Catch him there at 18:00.
Two EUPL lauréates — Tiit Aleksejev (Estonia, 2010) and Ioana Pârvulescu (Estonia, 2013) — will reflect in front of industry professionals as well as members of the public on the European Union Prize for Literature itself, which for the past ten years has awarded emerging literary talents and highlighted the prolific and exuberant diversity in t
Three EUPL Lauréats — Jean Back (Luxembourg, 2010), Gast Groeber (Luxembourg, 2016) and Isabelle Wéry (Belgium, 2013) — discuss the nature of the European Union's support for the book industry at large.
In 2018, the European Union Prize for Literature (EUPL) celebrated its 10th anniversary. To mark this special occasion, we organised a virtual and physical journey through the literary Europe, in addition to hosting a writing contest exclusively open to all previous 108 EUPL winners, who won the award between 2009 and 2017.