On Monday, World Literature Today, the University of Oklahoma’s award-winning magazine, announced the nominees for the 23rd Biennial Neustadt International Prize for Literature.
The prestigious biennial award, sponsored by the University of Oklahoma and its international magazine, World Literature Today, consists of a silver eagle feather, a certificate and $50,000 USD.
Nine nominees are in the race for this year’s prize: César Aira, Mia Couto, Duong Thu Huong, Edward P. Jones, Ilya Kaminsky, Chang-rae Lee, Edouard Maunick, Haruki Murakami and Ghassan Zaqtan.
The winner will be announced November 1. Learn more.