2021 DUBLIN Literary Award Winner Announcement
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The 26th winner of the DUBLIN Literary Award will be announced on Thursday 20th May at 1pm in a virtual celebration, filmed from the beautiful setting of the Reading Room at Kevin Street Library, and also from the winner’s city of residence. Join RTÉ broadcaster Rick O’Shea and special guests to find out who will win the 2021 DUBLIN Literary Award, which will take place at the opening of the International Literature Festival Dublin (20-30 May).
Join readers from around the world by booking your free ticket today to attend this prestigious event.
The DUBLIN Literary Award is the world’s most valuable annual prize for a single work of fiction published in English, with the winner receiving €100,000. It is open to novels written in any language and by authors of any nationality, provided the book has been published in English or English translation. Uniquely, books are nominated by libraries in major cities throughout the world. It is sponsored solely by Dublin City Council.
For more details, including access to dramatized readings and an exclusive podcast series, visit the Award website.
All the nominated novels for the Dublin Literary Award 2021 are available for readers to borrow from public libraries or digital loan on BorrowBox.