Fernando Lara Novel Award

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Fernando Lara Novel Award
Antonio Garrido Ganador Fernando Lara Novela 2015.jpg
Antonio Garrido receiving the award in 2015
Awarded forUnpublished novel
Sponsored by
LocationSeville, Spain
Reward(s)€120,200
First awarded1996

The Fernando Lara Novel Award (Spanish: Premio Fernando Lara de Novela) is given annually in Spain by the José Manuel Lara Foundation and the Planeta publishing house to an unpublished novel in the Spanish language. The publication of the finalist (runner-up) work is not expected, although it is sometimes published by Planeta itself (as in the case of The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón, finalist in 2000).

Created in 1996, it is named after the youngest son of José Manuel Lara Hernández [es], founder of the publishing house, and who was CEO of Grupo Planeta until his death in a traffic accident in August 1995.

The award's endowment is €120,200. It is delivered in May of the respective year.

Winners[edit]

Year Novel Author Nationality ISBN. Ref.
1996 El amargo don de la belleza Terenci Moix Spanish 84-08-01899-X [1]
1997 La forja de un ladrón Francisco Umbral Spanish 84-08-02214-8 [2]
1998 Señorita Juan Eslava Galán Spanish 84-08-02823-5 [3]
1999 La sonrisa de la Gioconda Luis Racionero Spanish 84-08-03322-0 [4]
2000 Un largo silencio Ángeles Caso Spanish 84-08-07108-4 [5]
2001 Clara y la penumbra José Carlos Somoza Spanish 84-97-93961-1 [6]
2002 Los colores de la guerra Juan Carlos Arce [es] Spanish 84-08-04557-1 [7]
2003 Lobas de mar Zoé Valdés Cuban 84-08-04795-7 [8]
2004 El último laberinto Mercedes Salisachs Spanish 978-84-08-08849-3 [9]
2005 El secreto del rey cautivo Antonio Gómez Rufo Spanish 84-08-06054-6 [10]
2006 Muertes paralelas Fernando Sánchez Dragó Spanish 84-08-06716-8 [11]
2007 El alma de la ciudad Jesús Sánchez Adalid [es] Spanish 978-84-08-07295-9 [12]
2008 El judío de Shanghai Emilio Calderón [es] Spanish 978-84-08-08151-7 [13]
2009 Esperando a Robert Capa Susana Fortes Spanish 978-84-08-08725-0 [14]
2010 Barrio cero Javier Reverte [es] Spanish 978-84-08-08942-1 [15]
2011 Contigo aprendí Silvia Grijalba [es] Spanish 978-84-08-10290-8 [16]
2012 La berlina de Prim Ian Gibson Spanish 978-84-08-00766-1 [17]
2013 Luisa y los espejos Marta Robles Spanish 978-84-08-11435-2 [18]
2014 Canta solo para mí Nativel Preciado Spanish 978-84-08-12884-7 [19]
2015 El último paraíso Antonio Garrido [es] Spanish 978-84-08-14293-5 [20]
2016 Mi recuerdo es más fuerte que tu olvido Paloma Sánchez-Garnica Spanish 978-84-08-15867-7 [21]
2017 Después del amor todo son palabras Sonsoles Ónega Spanish 978-84-08-17390-8 [22]
2018 Canción de sangre y oro Jorge Molist [es] Spanish 978-84-08-19254-1 [23]
2019 Algún día, hoy Ángela Becerra Spanish 978-84-08-21181-5 [24]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Navarro i Ferré, Francesc; Alcaide, Paco (1999). Tod@ la historia homo: Hacia la normalización [1993–1997] (in Spanish). Bauprés Ediciones. p. 24. ISBN 9788434568334. Retrieved 5 September 2018 – via Google Books.
  2. ^ Mora, Rosa (13 September 1997). "Francisco Umbral gana el segundo Premio Fernando Lara con una novela sobre el mal" [Francisco Umbral Wins the Second Fernando Lara Award with a Novel About Evil]. El País (in Spanish). Seville. Retrieved 5 September 2018.
  3. ^ Carrasco, Maria José (12 September 1998). "Juan Eslava gana el tercer Premio Fernando Lara con una novela sobre la guerra civil" [Juan Eslava Wins the Third Fernando Lara Award with a Novel About the Civil War]. El País (in Spanish). Seville. Retrieved 5 September 2018.
  4. ^ Carrasco, Maria José (18 September 1999). "Luis Racionero gana el Fernando Lara con una biografía novelada de Da Vinci" [Luis Racionero Wins the Fernando Lara with a Biographical Novel of Da Vinci]. El País (in Spanish). Seville. Retrieved 5 September 2018.
  5. ^ Castilla, Amelia (16 September 2000). "Ángeles Caso gana el Premio Fernando Lara con una novela de posguerra" [Ángeles Caso Wins the Fernando Lara Award with a Post-war Novel]. El País (in Spanish). Seville. Retrieved 5 September 2018.
  6. ^ Carrasco, Maria José (15 September 2001). "José Carlos Somoza gana el Fernando Lara con una novela de ambiente futurista" [José Carlos Somoza Wins the Fernando Lara with a Futuristic Environmental Novel]. El País (in Spanish). Seville. Retrieved 5 September 2018.
  7. ^ Carrasco, Maria José (14 September 2002). "Juan Carlos Arce gana el premio de novela Fernando Lara" [Juan Carlos Arce Wins the Fernando Lara Novel Award]. El País (in Spanish). Seville. Retrieved 5 September 2018.
  8. ^ "Zoé Valdés gana el Fernando Lara con la novela 'Lobas de mar'" [Zoé Valdés Wins the Fernando Lara with the Novel 'Lobas de mar']. ABC (in Spanish). Seville. EFE. 23 May 2003. Retrieved 5 September 2018.
  9. ^ Machio, Salome (15 May 2004). "Mercedes Salisachs obtiene el Premio de Novela Fernando Lara" [Mercedes Salisachs Receives the Fernando Lara Novel Award]. El Periódico de Aragón (in Spanish). Retrieved 5 September 2018.
  10. ^ "Antonio Gómez Rufo gana el Premio de Novela Fernando Lara" [Antonio Gómez Rufo Wins the Fernando Lara Novel Award]. El País (in Spanish). Seville. EFE. 6 May 2005. Retrieved 5 September 2018.
  11. ^ "Sánchez Dragó gana el Premio Fernando Lara de novela con 'Muertes paralelas'" [Sánchez Dragó Wins the Fernando Lara Novel Award with 'Muertes paralelas']. El Mundo (in Spanish). Seville. EFE. 6 May 2006. Retrieved 5 September 2018.
  12. ^ "Jesús Sánchez Adalid gana el Premio Lara con una novela sobre la Reconquista" [Jesús Sánchez Adalid Wins the Lara Award with a Novel About the Reconquista]. El Mundo (in Spanish). Seville. EFE. 11 May 2007. Retrieved 5 September 2018.
  13. ^ "Emilio Calderón gana el Fernando Lara con una novela de amor en tiempos de guerra" [Emilio Calderón Wins the Fernando Lara with a Novel About Love in Times of War]. Público (in Spanish). EFE. 10 May 2008. Retrieved 5 September 2018.
  14. ^ Molina, Margot (16 May 2009). "Susana Fortes gana el Premio Fernando Lara de Novela" [Susana Fortes Wins the Fernando Lara Novel Award]. El País (in Spanish). Seville. Retrieved 4 September 2018.
  15. ^ Belausteguigoitia, Santiago (8 May 2010). "El combate de una mujer" [One Woman's Fight]. El País (in Spanish). Seville. Retrieved 4 September 2018.
  16. ^ Díaz Pérez, Eva (20 May 2011). "Silvia Grijalba gana el Premio Fernando Lara con una novela sobre indianos" [Silvia Grijalba Wins the Fernando Lara Award with a Novel About Indianos]. El Mundo (in Spanish). Seville. Retrieved 5 September 2018.
  17. ^ Ortiz, Braulio (11 May 2012). "El Premio Fernando Lara distingue al Ian Gibson novelista" [The Fernando Lara Award Recognizes Novelist Ian Gibson]. Diario de Sevilla (in Spanish). Seville. Retrieved 5 September 2018.
  18. ^ "Marta Robles gana el premio Fernando Lara de Novela" [Marta Robles Wins the Fernando Lara Novel Award]. La Opinión de Tenerife (in Spanish). Seville. EFE. 11 May 2013. Retrieved 5 September 2018.
  19. ^ Molina, Margot (16 May 2014). "Nativel Preciado, nuevo Premio de Novela Fernando Lara". El País (in Spanish). Seville. Retrieved 4 September 2018.
  20. ^ Camacho, Julia (8 May 2015). "Antonio Garrido logra el 20º Premio Fernando Lara de Novela con un 'thriller' sobre el 'crack del 29'" [Antonio Garrido Achieves the 20th Fernando Lara Novel Award with a 'Thriller' About the 'Crack of 29']. El Periódico de Catalunya (in Spanish). Seville. Retrieved 5 September 2018.
  21. ^ "Paloma Sánchez-Garnica, Premio Fernando Lara 2016 por 'Mi recuerdo es más fuerte que tu olvido'". Culturamas (in Spanish). 8 May 2016. Retrieved 4 September 2018.
  22. ^ Mateo Pérez, Manuel (20 May 2017). "Sonsoles Ónega gana el Fernando Lara con la novela 'Después del amor todo son palabras'". El Mundo (in Spanish). Seville. Retrieved 5 September 2018.
  23. ^ Lugo, Pepe (5 May 2018). "Jorge Molist, a sangre y oro". La Razón (in Spanish). Retrieved 5 September 2018.
  24. ^ Briones, Eduardo (26 Apr 2019). "La escritora Ángela Becerra gana el XXIV Premio Fernando Lara por su novela Algún día hoy". Europa Press. Retrieved 25 May 2019.

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