Grand prix de l'Imaginaire

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Grand prix de l'Imaginaire
First awarded1974
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The grand prix de l'Imaginaire (GPI, "grand prize of the Imaginary"), until 1992 the grand prix de la science-fiction française, is a French literary award for speculative fiction, established in 1972 by the writer Jean-Pierre Fontana as part of the science fiction convention of Clermont-Ferrand.

Initially purely a science fiction award, the award's scope was widened to encompass all fields of speculative fiction in 1992. From 2000 to 2010 it was awarded as part of the Utopiales festival in Nantes. It is now part of the Étonnants Voyageurs festival of Saint-Malo.


Apart from the awards listed here, there are also categories for best new novel, foreign youth novel, translations, comic, manga, and others.[1]

French novel[edit]

French short fiction[edit]

Foreign-language novel[edit]

Foreign-language short fiction[edit]

Youth Novel[edit]

French Youth Novel[edit]


  1. ^ "Palmarès par catégories – Grand Prix de l'Imaginaire" (in French). Retrieved 2023-11-09.