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The Icelandic Literary Prize (Icelandic: Íslensku bókmenntaverðlaunin), or Icelandic Literary Award, is an award which is given to two books each year by the Icelandic Publishers Association. The prize was founded on the association's centennial in 1989. One award is for fiction or poetry and the other for academic and non-fiction works. Five books are nominated in each category, and the year's nominations are publicized in the beginning of December, but the prize itself is not awarded until January. Because the year's nominations come in the middle of the Christmas book flood, these books receive a great deal of marketing. Once the books have been nominated, the Icelandic Publishers Association appoints a selection committee which chooses the winners.

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  • Isländischer Literaturpreis
  • Premio de Literatura de Islandia
  • Icelandic Literary Prize
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  • El Premio Literario Islandés (en islandés:Íslensku bókmenntaverðlaunin) es un premio anual que la Asociación de Editores de Islandia les entrega a dos libros. Se fundó en 1989, cuando la Asociación cumplió 100 años. Un premio es para ficción o poesía y el otro para trabajos académicos y de no ficción. Se niminan cinco libros en cada categoría. El premio se entrega en enero.
  • The Icelandic Literary Prize (Icelandic: Íslensku bókmenntaverðlaunin), or Icelandic Literary Award, is an award which is given to two books each year by the Icelandic Publishers Association. The prize was founded on the association's centennial in 1989. One award is for fiction or poetry and the other for academic and non-fiction works. Five books are nominated in each category, and the year's nominations are publicized in the beginning of December, but the prize itself is not awarded until January. Because the year's nominations come in the middle of the Christmas book flood, these books receive a great deal of marketing. Once the books have been nominated, the Icelandic Publishers Association appoints a selection committee which chooses the winners.
  • Der Isländische Literaturpreis (isl. Íslensku bókmenntaverðlaunin) wird jährlich in den drei Kategorien „Belletristik“, „Sach- und Fachliteratur“ sowie (seit 2013) „Kinder- und Jugendliteratur“ vergeben.
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  • Der Isländische Literaturpreis (isl. Íslensku bókmenntaverðlaunin) wird jährlich in den drei Kategorien „Belletristik“, „Sach- und Fachliteratur“ sowie (seit 2013) „Kinder- und Jugendliteratur“ vergeben. Der Preis wurde zum einhundertjährigen Bestehen des Verbandes der isländischen Verlage (Félag íslenskra bókaútgefenda) im Jahr 1989 gestiftet. Bis 2012 wurde er in den beiden Kategorien für Belletristik und Sach- und Fachliteratur verliehen, seit 2013 zusätzlich auch in einer Kategorie für Kinder- und Jugendliteratur. Anfang Dezember werden in den Kategorien je fünf Bücher vorgeschlagen, was in der Zeit der weihnachtlichen Buchflut (Jólabókaflóðið) eine gute Werbung darstellt. Durch ein vom Verband ernanntes Komitee werden die Preise jeweils im folgenden Januar vergeben.
  • El Premio Literario Islandés (en islandés:Íslensku bókmenntaverðlaunin) es un premio anual que la Asociación de Editores de Islandia les entrega a dos libros. Se fundó en 1989, cuando la Asociación cumplió 100 años. Un premio es para ficción o poesía y el otro para trabajos académicos y de no ficción. Se niminan cinco libros en cada categoría. El premio se entrega en enero.
  • The Icelandic Literary Prize (Icelandic: Íslensku bókmenntaverðlaunin), or Icelandic Literary Award, is an award which is given to two books each year by the Icelandic Publishers Association. The prize was founded on the association's centennial in 1989. One award is for fiction or poetry and the other for academic and non-fiction works. Five books are nominated in each category, and the year's nominations are publicized in the beginning of December, but the prize itself is not awarded until January. Because the year's nominations come in the middle of the Christmas book flood, these books receive a great deal of marketing. Once the books have been nominated, the Icelandic Publishers Association appoints a selection committee which chooses the winners.
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