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The Internationaler Literaturpreis has been awarded annually since 2009 by Haus der Kulturen der Welt and Stiftung Elementarteilchen. The highly remunerated award (with prize money of €20,000 for the author and €15,000 for the translator) honors an outstanding work of contemporary international literature that has been translated into German for the first time. The award thus acknowledges the work of both the author and the translator.
Award winners: Ivana Sajko and Alida Bremer for the novel “Liebesroman” [Ljubavni roman]
Award winners: Author Fiston Mwanza Mujila and translators Katharina Meyer and Lena Müller for the novel “Tram 83”
Award winners: Shumona Sinha and Lena Müller for “Erschlagt die Armen!” [Assommons les pauvres!]
Award winners: Amos Oz and Mirjam Pressler for “Judas” [Habesora al pi Jehuda]
Award winners: Dany Laferrière and Beate Thill for “Das Rätsel der Rückkehr” [L’énigme du retour]
Award winners: Teju Cole and Christine Richter-Nilsson for “Open City”
Award winners: Mircea Cărtărescu, Gerhardt Csejka, and Ferdinand Leopold for “Der Körper” [Orbitor II. Corpul]
Award winners: Michail Schischkin and Andreas Tretner for “Venushaar” [Venerin Volos]
Award winners: Marie NDiaye and Claudia Kalscheuer for “Drei starke Frauen” [Trois femmes puissantes]
Award winners: Daniel Alarcón and Friederike Meltendorf for “Lost City Radio”