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Tuesday, November 16, 2010

IMPAC Dublin Literary Prize (1996-2010)

From IMPAC Dublin Literary Award accessed 11/4/09, 11/16/10

2011 Longlist:
Milena Agus The House in Via Manno translated by Brigid Maher
Niccolo Ammaniti As God Commands translated by Jonathan Hunt
Kalinda Ashton The Danger Game
Margaret Atwood The Year of the Flood
Paul Auster Invisible
Paolo Bacigalupi The Windup Girl
Vladislav Bajac Hamam Balkania translated by Randall A. Major
Tiffany Baker The Little Giant of Aberdeen County
Nicholson Baker The Anthologist
Ferenc Barnas The Ninth translated by Paul Olchváry
Mark Behr Kings of the Water
Gioconda Belli Infinity in the Palm of her Hand translated by Margaret Sayers Peden
Maissa Bey Above All, Don't Look Back translated by Senja L. Djelouah
Mikkel Birkegaard The Library of Shadows translated by Tiina Nunnally
Marie-Claire Blais Rebecca, Born in the Maelstrom translated by Nigel Spencer
Giles Blunt Breaking Lorca
William Boyd Ordinary Thunderstorms
T.C. Boyle The Women
Anita Brookner Strangers
Dan Brown The Lost Symbol
Diana Fitzgerald Bryden No Place Strange
A.S.Byatt The Children's Book
Peter Carey Parrot and Olivier in America
Massimo Carlotto & Marco Videtta Poisonville translated by Antony Shugaar
Nick Cave The Death of Bunny Munro
Dan Chaon Await Your Reply
Tracy Chevalier Remarkable Creatures
Hélène Cixous Hyperdream translated by Beverley Bie Brahic
Philippe Claudel
Brodeck's Report translated by John Cullen
Ann Cleeves Red Bones
J.M. Coetzee Summertime
Michael Crummey Galore
Ron Currie Jr. Everything Matters!
Maurice G. Dantec
Grand Junction translated by Tina A. Kover
Rana Dasgupta Solo
Pete Dexter Spooner
E.L. Doctorow Homer and Langley
Glen Duncan A Day and a Night and a Day
Jean Echenoz Running translated by Linda Coverdale
Kim Echlin The Disappeared
Dave Eggers The Wild Things
Ilsa Evans The Family Tree
Roopa Farooki The Way Things Look to Me
Fiona Farrell Limestone
Sebastian Faulks A Week in December
Laurence Fearnley Mother's Day
Adam Foulds The Quickening Maze
Julia Franck The Blind Side of the Heart translated by Anthea Bell
Patrick Gale The Whole Day Through
Luiz Alfredo Garcia-Roza Alone in the Crowd translated by Benjamin Moser
Jane Gardam The Man in the Wooden Hat
Maurice Gee Access Road
Paolo Giordano The Solitude of Prime Numbers translated by Shaun Whiteside
Glen David Gold Sunnyside
Hiromi Goto Half World
Jessica Grant Come, Thou Tortoise
Wolf Haas The Weather Fifteen Years Ago translated by Stephanie Gilardi and Thomas S. Hansen
Marion Halligan Valley of Grace
Paul Harding Tinkers
Marié Heese The Double Crown; Secret Writings of the Female Pharaoh
Nicole Helget The Turtle Catcher
Nick Hornby Juliet, Naked
Michelle Huneven Blame
Ameena Hussein  The Moon in the Water
M.J. Hyland This is How
John Irving Last Night in Twisted River
Tahar Ben Jelloun Leaving Tangier translated by Linda Coverdale
Paulette Jiles The Color of Lightning
Laleh Khadivi The Age of Orphans
Khoo Kheng-Hor Sifu: An Unusual Teacher in the Turbulence of the Malayan War
Rachael King Magpie Hall
Sophie Kinsella Twenties Girl
Barbara Kingsolver The Lacuna
Ayse Kulin Farewell: A Mansion in Occupied Istanbul tattranslated by Kenneth J. Dakan
Reif Larsen The Selected Works of T. S. Spivet
Norman Lebrecht The Game of Opposites
Siegfried Lenz A Minute's Silence translated by Anthea Bell
Jonathan Lethem  Chronic City
Yiyun Li The Vagrants
Jim Lynch Border Songs
Annabel Lyon  The Golden Mean
Alain Mabanckou Broken Glass translated by Helen Stevenson
Linden MacIntyre The Bishop's Man
David Malouf Ransom
Hilary Mantel Wolf Hall
Javier Marías Your Face Tomorrow: Poison, Shadow and Farewell translated by Margaret Jull Costs
Simon Mawer The Glass Room
Colum McCann Let the Great World Spin
Liam McIlvanney All the Colours of the Town
Zakes Mda Black Diamond
Patricia Melo Lost World translated by Clifford Landers
Philipp Meyer American Rust
Thando Mgqolozana A Man Who is Not a Man
Anne Michaels The Winter Vault
China Miéville The City And the City
Alex Miller Lovesong
Wu Ming Manituana translated by Shaun Whiteside
Shandi Mitchell Under this Unbroken Sky
Lisa Moore February
Lorrie Moore A Gate at the Stairs
C.E. Morgan All the Living
Marcel Moring In a Dark Wood
Kate Mosse The Winter Ghosts
Peter Murphy John the Revelator
H.M. Naqvi Home Boy
David Nicholls One Day
Audrey Niffenegger Her Fearful Symmetry
Elizabeth Nunez Anna In-Between
Joyce Carol Oates Little Bird of Heaven
Vida Ognjenovic Adulterers translated by Jelena Bankovic / Nicholas Moravcevich
Kristina Olsson  The China Garden
Amos Oz Rhyming Life and Death translated by Nicholas De Lange
Orhan Pamuk The Museum of Innocence translated by Maureen Freely
Jacques Pauw Little Ice Cream Boy
Eva Petric They All Ate Sushi
Caryl Phillips In the Falling Snow
Jayne Anne Phillips Lark & Termite
Claudia Pineiro Thursday Night Widows translated by Miranda France
Kate Pullinger The Mistress of Nothing
Anthony Quinn The Rescue Man
Kim Stanley Robinson Galileo's Dream
Santiago Roncaglio Red April translated by Edith Grossman
Jane Rusbridge The Devil's Music
Suhayl Saadi Joseph's Box
Maryam Sachs Without Saying Goodbye translated by Sara Sugihara
Gill Schierhout  The Shape of Him
Raphael Selbourne Beauty
Erick Setiawan Of Bees and Mist
Kamila Shamsie Burnt Shadows
Laurie Sheck A Monster's Notes
Daniel Silva The Defector
Craig Silvey Jasper Jones
Colleen Smith-Dennis Inner-City Girl
Kathryn Stockett The Help
Mari Strachan The Earth Hums in B Flat
Bahaa Taher Sunset Oasis translated by Humphrey T. Davies
Boston Teran Giv: The Story of a Dog and America
Colm Toibín Brooklyn
Jean-Philippe Toussaint Running Away translated by Matthew B. Smith
William Trevor Love and Summer
Thomas Trofimuk Waiting for Columbus
Dubravka Ugresic Baba Yaga Laid an Egg translated by Ellen Elias-Bursac et al
Chika Unigwe On Black Sisters' Street translated by H. Van Riemsdijk
Srdjan Valjarevic Lake Como translated by Allice Copple Tosic
Abraham Verghese Cutting for Stone
Esther Verhoef Close-Up translated by Paul Vincent
Dimitri Verhulst Madame Verona Comes Down the Hill translated by David Colmer
Pinki Virani Deaf Heaven
Jorge Volpi Season of Ash translated by Alfred J. MacAdam
Abdourahman Waberi In the United States of Africa translated by David and Nicole Ball
Kate Walbert A Short History of Women
Jeannette Walls Half- Broke Horses
Pieter Waterdrinker The German Wedding translated by Brian Doyle
Sarah Waters The Little Stranger
Colson Whitehead Sag Harbor
Tommy Wieringa Joe Speedboat translated by Sam Garrett
Manuka Wijesinghe Theravada Man
Damien Wilkins Somebody Loves Us All
Alison Wong As the Earth Turns Silver
Evie Wyld After the Fire, a Still, Small Voice
Michael Zadoorian The Leisure Seeker
Carlos Ruiz Zafon The Angel's Game translated by Lucia Graves

2010 Award
Monday 2nd November 2009:
Novels by two Irish writers; The Secret Scripture by Sebastian Barry, winner of the 2009 Costa Prize and Netherland by Joseph O’Neill, longlisted for the 2009 Man Booker prize have been nominated for the prestigious 2010 International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award.

Complete 2010 shortlist:
The shortlist for this year's €100,000 (US$135,483) IMPAC Dublin Literary Award includes
The Twin by Gerbrand Bakker -- Winner!
The Elegance of the Hedgehog by Muriel Barbery
In Zodiac Light by Robert Edric
Settlement  by Christoph Hein
The Believers by Zoë Heller
Netherland by Joseph O'Neill
God's Own Country by Ross Raisin
Home by Marilynne Robinson

2009 Award
Cllr. Emer Costello, Lord Mayor of Dublin announced today that 156 titles have been nominated for the €100,000 Award. It is the world’s most valuable annual literary prize for a single work of fiction published in English and is a Dublin City Council initiative, in partnership with IMPAC. The nominations come from 163 libraries in 123 cities and 43 countries worldwide.

Three debut novelists--Junot Díaz, Michael Thomas and Travis Holland--are among the eight finalists for the €100,000 (US$134,965) International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, the world's richest English-language book prize, the Guardian reported. The judges selected the shortlist from a longlist of 147 titles, which had been nominated by libraries around the world. The winner will be announced June 11.

IMPAC Dublin prize shortlist
The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Díaz
Ravel: A Novel by Jean Echenoz
The Reluctant Fundamentalist by Mohsin Hamid
The Archivist's Story by Travis Holland
The Burnt-out Town of Miracles by Roy Jacobsen
The Indian Clerk by David Leavitt
Animal's People by Indra Sinha
Man Gone Down: A Novel by Michael Thomas -- Winner!

Previous winners:

DeNiro's Game by Rawi Hage

Out Stealing Horses by Per Petterson

The Master by Colm Toibin

The Known World by Edward P. Jones

This Blinding Absence of Light by Tahar Ben Jelloun
(translated from the French by Linda Coverdale)

My Name is Red by Orhan Pamuk
(translated from the Turkish by Erdag M. Göknar)

Atomised(also published as The Elementary Particles) by Michel Houellebecq
(translated from the French by Frank Wynne)

No Great Mischief by Alistair MacLeod (Canadian)

Wide Open by Nicola Barker

Ingenious Pain by Andrew Miller (English)

The Land of Green Plums by Herta Müller
(translated from the German by Michael Hofmann)

A Heart So White by Javier Marias
(translated from the Spanish by Margaret Jull Costa)

Remembering Babylon by David Malouf (Australian)

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