Prix France-Québec

The Prix France-Québec is a Canadian literary award, presented to a Canadian French language writer who has published work in either Canada or France.[1]

Administered by Quebec's General Delegation in Paris and the Fédération France-Quebec, the award was first presented in 1958 as the Prix Québec-Paris.[2] Although nominally presented for an individual title, in practice it was often awarded to honour the writer's entire body of work.[2] Following the 1997 awards, it was renamed to Prix France-Québec in 1998.


Prix Québec-Paris

Prix France-Québec


  1. "Les finalistes du prix France-Québec dévoilés". La Presse, January 17, 2017.
  2. New, W. H., Encyclopedia of Literature in Canada. University of Toronto Press, 2002. ISBN 0802007619. p. 79.
  3. "Le prix France-Québec à Christian Guay-Poliquin". La Presse, October 24, 2017.

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