To the lists of French, French-speaking and foreign novels is added a list of essays selected for this final selection of the Prix Médicis 2021. On the French-speaking side, Christophe Donner, Céline Minard, Christine Angot, Arthur Dreyfus or even Christine Montalbetti are still in the running. …
The Adventures of China Iron, by Gabriela Cabezon Camara, translated from Spanish (Argentina) by Guillaume Contré (L’Ogre)
The Fire Throwers, by Jan Carson, translated from English (Northern Ireland) by Dominique Goy-Blanquet (Sabine Wespieser)
Children of the Volga, by Gouzel Iakhina, translated from Russian by Maud Mabillard (Black on White)
In the Dream House, by Carmen Maria Machado, translated from English (United States) by Hélène Cohen (Christian Bourgois)
The jury of the Prix Médicis brings together Marianne Alphant, Michel Braudeau, Marie Darrieussecq, Dominique Fernandez, Anne Garreta, Patrick Grainville, Andreï Makine, Frédéric Mitterrand, Pascale Roze and Alain Veinstein.
In 2020, the Prix Médicis saluted The Synthetic Heart, by Chloé Delaume (Seuil), A solitary walker in the crowd, by Antonio Muñoz Molina, translated by Isabelle Gugnon (Seuil) and End of fight, by Karl Ove Knausgaard, translated by Christine Berlioz, Laila Flink Thullesen and Jean-Baptiste Coursaud (Denoël).
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For nearly ten months, from September 2021 to May 2022, hundreds of thousands of children and adolescents will read and vote for their favorite book from a selection of 5 to 7 books depending on their reading level. They will thus participate in the 33rd Prix des Incorruptibles, an award approved by the Ministry of National Education, supported by the Ministry of Culture and the Fondation du Crédit Mutuel pour la lecture.
It will still be proclaimed on November 3, but the 2021 Goncourt Prize has indeed started with a few bleak spots. The new selection presented today will not wash it any whiter. And we go from 15 novels to 9 books which continue their slow march towards the endowment of 10 €.
Sylvain Forge is the first winner of the Cyber Agora 41 novel award, created by the National Information Systems Security Agency, for his novel Sauve-la (Fayard). Each year, the prize will be awarded to a work of fiction that evokes the question of Cyber (cybersecurity, cyberculture or digital culture and the world of the Web) in French or translated into French.
The 22nd edition of Utopiales, Nantes International Science-Fiction Festival, will be held from October 29 to November 1, 2021. Several awards will be awarded during the event, including the Utopiales BD Prize: five albums have been selected.
France Culture and Arte are creating the Essay Prize And Now?, Named after the international festival of ideas of tomorrow imagined by the two channels. This festival, preceded from October 12 by a large questionnaire addressed to young people, will take place on November 29 at the Maison de la Radio et de la Musique, online and in several partner venues. One of the highlights of the festival will be the awarding of the 1st Essay Prize What now? France Culture-Arte.
The Hors Concours Academy is pleased to announce this morning the names of the five finalist authors of the Prix Hors Concours 2021. They were chosen by 400 readers from all walks of life: actors of the books, readers of the Institut Français , French teachers, reading circle leaders …
Yesterday, the 2021 Audiolib Prize was presented to Marie du Bled for her reading of the audio book Where the crayfish sing by Delia Owens, translated by Marc Amfreville and read by Marie du Bled. A novel carried by a heroine who has enjoyed great success since its publication by Éditions du Seuil in 2020 and at Audiolib the same year. It is currently being adapted for cinema. The Audiolib Prize rewards the novel as well as the reading of the actress and the work of Studio 5/5.
The review Les Inrocks announces a new selection of back-to-school books, for the awards it has been awarding since last year. The debates were lively, since we went from 50 titles to 20 only, for the new selection, in five categories.
The Hors les Murs Prize, awarded by a jury of people detained in Normandy, was awarded to Carbone et Silicium, by Mathieu Bablet, published by the Ankama editions. Very noticed, and in particular greeted by the BD Fnac France Inter Prize, the comic strip was named winner of the 2021 edition.
The Lamartine Prize for Departments of France, created in 2018 by Dominique Bussereau, President of the Assembly of Departments of France, aims to reward an author each year for his work. The latter will have contributed to the influence of the Departments and highlighted the attachment of each and every one to our territory – often sublimated in literary works.
The members of the jury for the Vialatte Prize unveiled, on Friday, October 1, at the Hôtel Littéraire Alexandre Vialatte, in Clermont-Ferrand, the name of the winner for the year 2021: Philibert Humm receives the award for his book Les tribulations d ‘ a French in France (Éditions du Rocher).
Born in Bari in 1973, Nicola Lagioia is an Italian writer as well as editorial director of the Turin International Book Fair since 2017. This year he won the eleventh edition of the Lattes Grinzane Prize with Trieste. La città dei vivi (published by Einaudi).
The Edgar Faure Association, represented by its Founding President Rodolphe Oppenheimer-Faure, awarded the 2021 Edgar Faure Prize ex-aequo, for the two best political works of the year.
The Prix des Collégiens de la Somme returns for a 2021-2022 season, with six selected books, which will be presented to secondary school students by the association On a Marché sur la Bulle between September 2021 and February 2022. Project leaders from the ten participating colleges to this edition are at the origin of this selection of six comic books.
The 2021 Amerigo Vespucci Jeunesse Prize, awarded as part of the International Geography Festival of Saint-Dié-des Vosges, was awarded to Je suis au monde, by Julieta Canepa and Pierre Ducrozet, illustrated by Stéphane Kieh and published by éditions Actes South Junior.
Translator Nicolas Richard received the 2021 Translation Prize from the Irish Cultural Center for his work on the novel D’os et de lumière (Solar Bones) by Mike McCormack (Grasset). An endowment of € 3,500 rewards this first French translation by the Irish author.
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And hop, let’s end this day with the last of the renowned fall awards, the Interallie. Twelve novels selected, seen here and there. And the second selection will take place on Tuesday, October 26, at 6 p.m. at Lasserre.
The French Academy’s Grand Prix du Roman Commission established its first selection on Thursday, September 30, 2021, with a view to the awarding of the Grand Prix du Roman, which will be awarded on Thursday, October 28.
The Jean Monnet Prize jury, chaired by Gérard de Cortanze, awarded the Jean Monnet Prize to Irish author Donal Ryan. for his novel By a low and calm sea. Translated by Marie Hermet, it was published by Albin Michel editions in 2021.
The Marcel Bleustein-Blanchet de la Vocation Foundation has been supporting around 30 young people between the ages of 18 and 30 every year for more than 60 years. The goal: to enable them to achieve, through the presentation of an Award, their vocation, whatever their field of activity. Since 1976, the Prize for Vocation has been added the Literary Prize, and since 1984 the Poetry Prize.
The 19th Mickey’s Journal Readers Grand Prize was awarded by a jury of readers aged 8 to 14. Two awards are in fact awarded: a Grand Prix in the novel category, and another in the comic book category … Since its creation in 2003, the Readers’ Grand Prize has rewards the best children’s literature of the moment.
Hilariously Germanopractic, the Prix Femina, originally set up to oppose the Prix Goncourt, has just excluded several works from its selection. But among the castaways, the two books which are currently controversial within the Goncourt Academy – for ugly suspicions of compromise. Bravo, ladies: a small step for literature, a big step in settling scores …
The 2021 Audio Book Grand Prix trophies were presented on September 28 at the National Book Center in the presence of publishing professionals, authors and actors. The coveted Golden Feather was awarded to the audio book Au Lighthouse, by Virginia Woolf, read by Fanny Ardant and published by Éditions des femmes – Antoinette Fouque.
From October 6 to 10, 2021, the Rendez-vous de l’histoire invests Blois, with a 2021 edition that has made work its central theme. Globalization, slavery, market law, labor movements and even women’s work will be discussed. In the meantime, the event unveils the winning titles of its literary prizes.
The 2021 Alice Rivaz Prize was awarded to the Vaudois journalist and writer Silvia Ricci Lempen, for her book Anna’s dreams. An award created in 2015 by the Alice Rivaz Association in memory of the author of Creux de la vague, also from the canton of Vaud in Switzerland. The Triennial Literary Prize will be awarded for the third time on November 4, 2021 at 6 p.m. at the Alice-Rivaz College for adults in Geneva.
The jury for the Prize for the Good Novel is made up of Olivia de Lamberterie, Émilie Fréche, Laure Adler, Franz-Olivier Giesbert, Alexandre Jardin and five readers from Fontvieille. The prize rewards novels that make you smile, laugh, travel, dream, that comfort us and carry us away. Florent Oiseau received the prize on September 26, in Fontvieille.
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The association of friends of detective literatures presents each year, with constant thoroughness, the 813 trophies. Five categories, five books, and happy winners.
Since its creation in 2000, the Khôra-Institut de France Foundation has mainly devoted itself to “helping knowledge”. Launched in 2019 and endowed with 15,000 euros, the Khôra-Institut de France Prize for Literary Essay rewards any work in which the author, based on a personal experience of creation, questions literature through the means of language literary. It is open to French-speaking authors under the age of 50 at the deadline for submitting applications.
The summer and fall have been rich in distinctions for all the participants in the School of Literary Translation (ETL): whether they are the experienced translators who teach there, or the translators at the beginning of their careers. who followed him. Some have since become teachers at the school.
The Georges Brassens Literary Prize rewards a book, published during the year, whose spirit and style recall the spirit of the great Georges, as its founders wanted: René Froment, creator, in 1987, of the Marché du Livre Former of the Brassens park (Paris 15th), Louis Nucéra, Robert Sabatier and Alphonse Boudard. Moreover, the 34th Georges Brassens Days will be held on October 9 and 10, 2021.
A big fair, often hilarious for what it leads to predictions, the Nobel Prize giving will begin on December 6, and end on December 12, in Stockholm and Oslo. Obviously, a streaming will make it possible to follow the events. But the science and literature prizes will not be presented in Stockholm – an anti-Covid measure, the Academy assures us.
The Lire festival in Saint-Brieuc presents the selections of its two literary prizes, the Heather-Dohollau Prize and the Jacques-Allano Prize, under the honorary presidency of the writer and poet Emmanuelle Favier. The second selection to choose the three finalists for each prize will take place in March and will be officially announced on March 21, 2022.
The winner of the Chapel Prize is finally revealed: this literary prize, created by the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel in Waterloo, is celebrating its sixth edition this year. Over the past few years, the Chapel Prize has revealed high-quality authors who have since marked the French literary landscape, such as Franck Bouysse who was the first winner, or Iegor Gran, last year.
Launched nine years ago by France Culture and Télérama with the support of the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, and the National Book Center, the objective of this prize is to promote literature from today to the young people of today. Each year, it rewards a novel written in the French language resulting from the literary re-entry in September.
The jury of the Literary Vocation Prize has announced its second selection. 3 authors for three novels published by Julliard, L’Iconoclaste and Grasset. The award ceremony is scheduled for September 29.