Premio de la Crítica Española

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The "Premios de la Crítica" are literary prizes awarded on a yearly basis by the Asociación Española de Críticos Literarios to the best narrative and poetic works published in Spain on the preceding year. The prizes cover all four official languages of Spain: Spanish or Castilian, Catalan, Galician, Euskera.

There is no monetary award associated with the prizes. The awarding jury is composed of 22 members of the Associación de Criticos Literarios.

The categories are:

  • Premio de la Crítica de narrativa castellana, created in 1956.
  • Premio de la Crítica de poesía castellana, created in 1956.
  • Premio de la Crítica de narrativa catalana, awarded for the first time in 1962, and the second time in 1976, acquired regular status in 1978.
  • Premio de la Crítica de poesía catalana, awarded for the first time in 1962, and the second time in 1976, acquired regular status in 1978.
  • Premio de la Crítica de narrativa gallega, created in 1976.
  • Premio de la Crítica de poesía gallega, created in 1976.
  • Premio de la Crítica de narrativa en euskera, created in 1978.
  • Premio de la Crítica de poesía en euskera, created in 1978.

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