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Russian Literary Awards

Resources related to major contemporary Russian literary awards.

Description

NOS (NEW LITERATURE) PRIZE

ПРЕМИЯ НОС (ЛИТЕРАТУРНАЯ ПРЕМИЯ НОВАЯ СЛОВЕСНОСТЬ)

http://www.prokhorovfund.ru/projects/own/108/  (official website)

 

 

NOS (New Literature) annual award was established in 2009 by the Milhail Prokhorov’s Foundation. Any traditional or experimental proze work wich is written in Russian and published in a book format, in a journal or electronically can compete for the prize. The winner is announced in January in Moscow during the open debate. The winner receives 700 000 rubles, each finalist receives 40 000 rubles. The winner of the reader’s choice award receives 200 000 rubles.

Pictures

Lena Eltang

The first winner of NOS prize (2009)

Irina Prokhorova

One of the founders of the award

Final Debate 2010

The Polytechnic Museum

Voting - 2010

Sorokin's Metel'

2010 winner

Andrei Astvatsaturov, Mikhail Prokhorov and Irina Prokhorova

at the 2011 award ceremony

Mr. Nose

Voting - 2011

Lev Rubinshtein and Aleksei Motorov

2012 winners

2013 award ceremony

Irina Prokhorova, Mr. Nose and Andrei Ivanov

2013

Mikhail Elizarov

Winner of the readers' choice award-2013

Gogol's overcoat - 2014

Really?

at the 2014 award ceremony

2014 Finalists

Aleksei Tsvetkov

2014 winner

Danila Zaitsev

2015 winner