Zbigniew Herbert International Literary Award
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Zbigniew Herbert International Literary Award
Zbigniew Herbert International Literary Award
Awarded foroutstanding artistic and intellectual literary achievements
CountryPoland
Presented byThe Zbigniew Herbert Foundation
First awarded2013

The Zbigniew Herbert International Literary Award (Polish: Mi?dzynarodowa Nagroda Literacka im. Zbigniewa Herberta) is a Polish international literature prize established in 2013 in Warsaw and named after a Polish poet, essayist, and moralist Zbigniew Herbert (1924-1998). It is conferred annually by the Zbigniew Herbert Foundation and its aim is to recognize "outstanding artistic and intellectual literary achievements on the world stage which have a bearing on the world of values towards which Zbigniew Herbert's work gravitated".[1]

History

In 2010, the Zbigniew Herbert Foundation was set up in order to preserve and promote Herbert's "creative legacy as an integral part of the literary and cultural heritage of Poland, Europe and the world" as well as to encourage and support "education in the fields of literature and the humanities, particularly modern literature, writing, poetry and journalism, with a special emphasis on programs for young people".[2] The initiative to establish the foundation was put forward by his wife Katarzyna Dzieduszycka-Herbert.[3]

The jury selecting the winners of the award have included many renowned literature experts and authors such as Edward Hirsch, Jaume Vallcorba Plana, Tomas Venclova, Yurii Andrukhovych, Agneta Pleijel, Michael Krüger, Lidija Dimkovska, and Jaros?aw Miko?ajewski.[4]

Laureates

See also

References

  1. ^ "About The Zbigniew Herbert International Literary Award". Retrieved .
  2. ^ "Mission". Retrieved .
  3. ^ "Founder". Retrieved .
  4. ^ "Ameryka?ski poeta W. S. Merwin laureatem pierwszej edycji Mi?dzynarodowej Nagrody Literackiej im. Zbigniewa Herberta". Retrieved .
  5. ^ "Laureate of the International Zbigniew Herbert Literary Award 2013". Retrieved .
  6. ^ "W. S. Merwin Granted International Herbert Award". Retrieved .
  7. ^ "Laureate of the Zbigniew Herbert Literary Award 2014". Retrieved .
  8. ^ "Charles Simic wins 2014 Zbigniew Herbert International Literary Award". Retrieved .
  9. ^ "Laureate of the Zbigniew Herbert Literary Award 2015". Retrieved .
  10. ^ "Ryszard Krynicki Wins the 2015 Zbigniew Herbert Prize". Retrieved .
  11. ^ "Laureate of the Zbigniew Herbert Literary Award 2016". Retrieved .
  12. ^ "Herbert literature Prize goes to Lars Gustafsson". Retrieved .
  13. ^ "Laureate of the Zbigniew Herbert Literary Award 2017". Retrieved .
  14. ^ "Breyten Breytenbach Awarded the 2017 Zbigniew Herbert International Literary Award". Retrieved .
  15. ^ "South African poet, activist wins 2017 Zbigniew Herbert International Literary Award". Retrieved .
  16. ^ "Irish poet awarded Herbert Prize". Retrieved .
  17. ^ "Irish poet awarded Herbert Prize". Retrieved .
  18. ^ "Agi Miszol laureatk? Nagrody im. Herberta" (in Polish). 2019-03-11. Retrieved .
  19. ^ "Laureat Nagrody Literackiej im. Zbigniewa Herberta 2020" (in Polish). Retrieved .

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