The Polari Prize program for UK and Irish books relative to LGBTQ themes is to announce its shortlists in September, winners in November.
The author and essayist Daniel Kehlmann will give the laudation on Frankfurter Buchmesse’s final day, for Salman Rushdie’s award.
The former PEN Ackerley Prize is specialized in autobiography and is to name its 2023 winner on September 28 in London.
The German Book Prize, with its 20-novel longlist released today, is to name its shortlist on September 19. The winner takes on €25,000.
The FT Business Book of the Year issues a 15-title longlist, with a six-title shortlist ahead and a winner to be named in December.
The UK-based Forward Prizes have added a performed-poetry category, the winners of all four shortlists to be named in October.
Not the best-known of UK awards, the decade-old Wainwright honors nature and conservation writing for adults and young readers.
The Financial Times is joined this year by Schroders, with added support from Nikkei, in the £30,000 Business Book of the Year award.
The Russian-American journalist, essayist, and author Masha Gessen has won the €10,000 Hannah Arendt Prize based in Bremen.
The second cycle of the biennial BücherFrauen-Literaturpreis – Book Women Prize – will name a winner during Frankfurter Buchmesse.