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Russian Literary Awards

Resources related to major contemporary Russian literary awards.

Description

ЛИТЕРАТУ́РНАЯ ПРЕ́МИЯ АЛЕКСА́НДРА СОЛЖЕНИ́ЦЫНА

LITERATURNAIA PREMIIA ALEKSANDRA SOLZHENITSYNA

SOLZHENITSYN PRIZE

http://www.solzhenitsyn.ru/litpremiya/

http://www.rp-net.ru/book/premia/

Solzhenitsyn Prize was established in 1998 by the Russian writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn (1918 – 2008) and is awarded annually for a proze, poetry, drama, or literary criticism. It is awarded to the authors who live in Russia and write in Russian. The award ceremony takes place in Moscow at the end of April. The winner receives $25 000. Works of the laureates are published by Russkii Mir [Russian World] Publishing House in the Solzhenitsyn Literary Award series.

Pictures

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

Solzhenitsyn Award Jury

Natalia Solzhenitsyna

President of Solzhenitsyn Fund, Award Committee member

Natalia Solzhenitsyna with the books published in the Solzhenitsyn Literary Award series

Books signed by the award laureates

Inna Lisnianskaia

1999

Valentin Rasputin

2000

Evgenii Nosov

2001

Aleksandr Panarin and Leonid Borodin

2002

Olga Sedakova and Iurii Kublanovskii

2003

Evgenii Mironov and Vladimir Bortko

2004

Igor Zolotusskii

2005

Aleksei Varlamov

2006

Sergei Bocharov and Andrei Zalizniak

2007

Boris Ekimov

2008

Viktor Astaf'ev

2009

Valentin Ianin

2010

Elena Chukovskaia

2011

Elena Chukovskaia

2011

Oleg Pavlov

2012

Maksim Amelin

2013

Irina Rodnianskaia

2014

Sergei Zhenovach

2015

Grigorii Kruzhkov

2016