The European Union Prize for Literature recognises the best new and emerging authors in Europe. The EUPL 2016 book gathers information on the Prize, the winners, and excerpts of their winning books in their original language and translated into either English or French.

EUPL 2016 winners are: Tanja Stupar-Trifunović (Bosnia and Herzegovina); Christophe Van Gerrewey (Belgium); Antonis Georgiou (Cyprus); Bjørn Rasmussen (Denmark); Paavo Matsin (Estonia); Selja Ahava (Finland); Nenad Joldeski (The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia); Benedict Wells (Germany); Gast Groeber (Luxembourg); Claudiu M. Florian (Romania); Jasmin B. Frelih (Slovenia) and Jesús Carrasco (Spain).

The selected winning authors benefit from media and readers’ attention to their books at national level and throughout Europe and beyond, also in leading national book fairs and large bookstores, where EUPL organizes events in order to encourage translation of their books, reviews, press profiles and interviews, literary studies on their work.

The anthology is available for downolad here