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By Kate Powell

  • Independent judges select 10 works of translated literary fiction from the Bank’s countries of operation 
  • Diverse list of novels and short stories from exceptional writers, translated into English 
  • Prize gives equal recognition to author and translator with €20,000 award divided equally between them  

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is delighted to announce the shortlist for this year’s EBRD Literature Prize. The selected works in alphabetical order (by author) are: 

The End by Attila Bartis, translated from the Hungarian by Judith Sollosy and published by Archipelago Books 

Niki, A Novel by Christos Chomenidis, translated from the Greek by Patricia Felisa Barbeito and published by Other Press 

The Wounded Age and Eastern Tales by Ferit Edgü, translated from the Turkish by Aron Aji and published by New York Review Books 

Jimi Hendrix Live in Lviv by Andrey Kurkov, translated from the Russian by Reuben Woolley and published by MacLehose Press 

Exiled Shadow by Norman Manea, translated from the Romanian by Carla Baricz and published by Yale University Press ….Click here to read the full article

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