Brage Prize

The Brage Prize (Norwegian: Brageprisen) is a Norwegian literature prize that is awarded annually by the Norwegian Book Prize foundation (Den norske bokprisen). The prize recognizes recently published Norwegian literature.

The Brage Prize has been awarded each fall since 1992 for the following categories:

In addition to these classes, during the first several years the prize was also awarded in the following categories:

Prize winners

Fiction for adults

Children's and young adult literature

Non-fiction

  • 1992 – Arne Forsgren, for Rockleksikon
  • 1993 – Trond Berg Eriksen, for Reisen gjennom helvete. Dantes inferno
  • 1994 – Einar-Arne Drivenes, Marit Anne Hauan and Helge A. Wold, for Nordnorsk kulturhistorie
  • 1995 – Espen Dietrichs and Leif Gjerstad, for Vår fantastiske hjerne
  • 1996 – Arild Stubhaug, for Et foranskutt lyn. Niels Henrik Abel og hans tid
  • 1997 – Anne Wichstrøm, for Kvinneliv, kunstnerliv. Kvinnelige malere i Nørge før 1900
  • 1998 – Leif Ryvarden/Klaus Høiland, for Er det liv, er det sopp
  • 1999 – Torbjørn Færøvik, for India – Stevnemøte med skjebnen
  • 2000 – Johan Galtung, for Johan uten land. På fredsveien gjennom verden
  • 2001 – Atle Næss, for Da jorden stod stille – Galileo Galilei og hans tid
  • 2002 – Ivo de Figueiredo, for Fri mann: Johan Bernhard Hjort — en dannelsesreise
  • 2003 – Knut Kjeldstadli (editor), for Norsk innvandringshistorie I–III'
  • 2004 – Tor Bomann-Larsen, for Folket. Haakon & Maud II
  • 2005 – Odd Karsten Tveit, for Krig og diplomati. Oslo–Jerusalem 1978–1996
  • 2006 – Bent Sofus Tranøy, for Markedets makt over sinnene
  • 2007 – Frank Rossavik, for Stikk i strid. Ein biografi om Einar Førde
  • 2008 – Bjørn Westlie, for Fars krig
  • 2009 – Kjetil Stensvik Østli, for Politi og røver
  • 2010 – Tone Huse, for Tøyengata - et nyriktstykke Norge
  • 2011 – Simen Ekern, for Roma. Nye fascister, røde terrorister og drømmen om det søte liv
  • 2012 – Torbjørn Færøvik, for Maos rike. En lidelseshistorie
  • 2013 - Steffen Kværneland for Munch
  • 2014 - Marte Michelet for Den største forbrytelsen
  • 2015 - Morten Strøknsnes for Havboka
  • 2016 – Åsne Seierstad for To søstre
  • 2017 – Thomas Reinertsen Berg for Verdensteater
  • 2018 – Helene Uri for Hvem sa hva?

Open class

  • 1996 – Sven Kærup Bjørneboe, for the essay "Jerusalem, en sentimental reise" (Jeruslam, a Sentimental Journey)
  • 1997 – Liv Marie Austrem and Akin Düzakin, for a children's picturebook "Tvillingsøster" (Twin Sisters)
  • 1998 – Christian Rugstad, for translation of The Year of the Death of Ricardo Reis by José Saramago
  • 1999 – Anders Heger, for the biography "Mykle. Et diktet liv" (Mykle. The Poetry Life)
  • 2000 – Karin Fossum, for the crime novel "Elskede Poona" (Calling Out for You)
  • 2001 – Annie Riis, for poetry "Himmel av stål" (Heaven of Steel)
  • 2002 – Synne Sun Løes, for a children's book "Å spise blomster til frokost" (Eating Flowers for Breakfast)
  • 2003 – Torbjørn Færøvik, for travel literature "Kina. En reise på livets elv" (China. A Voyage on the River of Life)
  • 2004 – Arne Lygre, for the collection of short stories "Tid inne" (In Time)
  • 2005 – John Arne Sæterøy (who signs his work as "Jason"), for the comic "La meg vise deg noe…" (Let Me Show You Something...)
  • 2006 – Kathinka Blichfeldt, Tor Gunnar Heggem and Ellen Larsen, for a textbook "Kontekst. Basisbok i norsk for ungdomstrinnet" (Context. A Foundation in Norwegian for Secondary Schools)
  • 2007 – Jon Ewo and Bjørn Ousland, for a case study for children "Fortellingen om et mulig drap" (The Story About a Possible Murder)
  • 2008 – Øyvind Rimbereid, for the poetry collection Herbarium
  • 2009 – Bjørn Alex Herrman, for his translation of Moby-Dick by Herman Melville
  • 2010 – Stian Hole, for the picture book Garmanns hemmelighet (Garmann's Secret)
  • 2011 – Arnhild Skre, for her biographical work Hulda Garborg. Nasjonal strateg (Hulda Garborg. National Strategist)
  • 2012 – Linn T. Sunne, for her young adult novel Lille Ekorn (Little Squirrel)
  • 2013 - Yann de Caprona for his fact book for adults Norsk etymologisk ordbok
  • 2014 - Ingvild H. Rishøi for her collection of short stories Vinternoveller
  • 2015 - Kjell Ola Dahl for his crime novel Kureren
  • 2016 – Gudny Ingebjørg Hagen and Malgorzata Piotrowska (ill.) for Fest og feiring
  • 2017 – Cecilie Løveid for Vandreutstillinger
  • 2018 – Anja Røyne for Menneskets grunnstoffer

Honorary Award

Previous categories

Textbooks

  • 1992 – Askeland m.fl., for Soria Moria
  • 1993 – Tore Linné Eriksen, for Norge og verden fra 1850–1940
  • 1994 – Benestad m.fl., for Tallenes tale – Matematikk for 5 timers grunnkurs
  • 1995 – Astrid Carlson, Svein Olav Drangeid og Truls Lind, for Humanbiologi

Poetry

Picture books

General literature

References

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