The German Nonfiction Prize announces a lower level of submissions for its 2024 award to be named in Hamburg in June.
Another closely watched awards program gears up for a new year, the German Nonfiction Prize naming its jury.
The German Nonfiction Prize’s jury praises Ewald Frie’s picture of urban-rural tension as ‘inspiring innovative historiography.’
The jury for the German Nonfiction Prize has selected eight titles from an original pool of 231 for its 2023 award cycle.
This year’s books submitted for the German Nonfiction Prize include books written in German from the United Kingdom and Liechtenstein.
‘Pooling our energies even more to focus on audio,’ Bookwire announces a restructured unit for audiobooks and podcasting.
‘Combining social and political contemporary history with a family portrait,’ Stephan Malinowski wins the German Nonfiction Prize.
In a pilot program with Bookwire’s Creatokia, the Börsenverein offers NFTs related to the German Nonfiction Prize.
All told, the German Nonfiction Prize awards a total €42,500 to its winner and to the remaining seven shortlistees.
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