Tonio Schachinger’s ‘Echtzeitalter’ from Holtzbrinck’s Rowohlt Verlag has won the €25,000 German Book Prize.
The awards ceremony for the German Book Prize is set for Frankfurt on October 16 before the start of Frankfurter Buchmesse.
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 2023 German Book Prize program has drawn submissions from 111 publishers based in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria.
With its seven jurors named, the 2023 German Book Prize in fiction has opened its submission period to publishers, through March 22.
As Frankfurter Buchmesse is readied for its opening, the German Book Prize spotlights a daring debut novelist as its 2022 laureate.
Shortlisted authors will learn only when the winner is announced on October 17 who has been selected the German Book Prize laureate.
Drawn from 233 books, the 2022 German Book Prize longlist highlights ‘both established authors and many lesser-known’ voices.
The top award in German-language fiction opens its 2022 competition with the appointment of seven new jurors and €25,000 for the winner.
Calling Antje Rávik Strubel’s book literature ‘that opposes injustice and violence,’ the German Book Prize 2021 jury honors ‘Blaue Frau.’