NIN Award

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NIN Award
NIN Award logo.jpg
Awarded for Best new Serbian novel
Sponsored by NIN magazine
Location Belgrade
Country Yugoslavia (1954–1991)
Serbia and Montenegro (1992–2006)
Serbia (2007–present)
First awarded 1954
2017 winner Dejan Atanacković
Most awards Oskar Davičo

The NIN Award (Serbian: Ninova nagrada, Нинова награда; officially Award for Best Novel of the Year) is a prestigious Serbian (and previously Yugoslavian) literary award established in 1954 by the NIN weekly and is given annually for the best newly published novel in Serbian literature (previously Yugoslav literature).[1] The award is presented every year in January by a panel of writers and critics. In addition to being a highly acclaimed award capable of transforming writers' literary careers, the award is also sought after because it virtually assures bestseller status for the winning novel.[2] The literary website complete review called it the "leading Serbian literary prize" in 2012.[3]

Since its inception, the award was not awarded only once, in 1959.[1] Oskar Davičo is the only author to win the award three times (in 1956, 1963 and 1964), and the only one to win it in two consecutive years. So far, five women were recipients of the award.[4]

Winners[edit]

Year Author(s) Novel Ref
2017 Dejan Atanacković Luzitanija [5]
2016 Ivana Dimić Arzamas [6]
2015 Dragan Velikić Islednik [7]
2014 Filip David Kuća sećanja i zaborava [8]
2013 Goran Gocić Tai [9]
2012 Aleksandar Gatalica Veliki rat (The Great War) [10]
2011 Slobodan Tišma Bernardijeva soba [11]
2010 Gordana Ćirjanić Ono što oduvek želiš [12][13]
2009 Grozdana Olujić Glasovi u vetru [1][14]
2008 Vladimir Pištalo Tesla, portret među maskama [4]
2007 Dragan Velikić Ruski prozor (The Russian Window) [4][15]
2006 Svetislav Basara Uspon i pad Parkinsonove bolesti (The Rise and Fall of Parkinson's disease) [16]
2005 Miro Vuksanović Semolj zemlja [4]
2004 Vladimir Tasić Kiša i hartija [4]
2003 Vladan Matijević Pisac izdaleka [4]
2002 Mladen Markov Ukop oca [4]
2001 Zoran Ćirić Hobo [4]
2000 Goran Petrović Sitničarnica "Kod srećne ruke" [4]
1999 Maksimilijan Erenrajh-Ostojić Karakteristika [4]
1998 Danilo Nikolić Fajront u Grgetegu [4]
1997 Milovan Danojlić Oslobodioci i izdajnici [4]
1996 David Albahari Mamac [4]
1995 Svetlana Velmar-Janković Bezdno [4]
1994 Vladimir Arsenijević U potpalublju [4]
1993 Radoslav Petković Sudbina i komentari [4]
1992 Živojin Pavlović Lapot [4]
1991 Milisav Savić Hleb i strah [4]
1990 Miroslav Josić Višnjić Odbrana i propast Bodroga u sedam burnih godišnjih doba [4]
1989 Vojislav Lubarda Vaznesenje [4]
1988 Dubravka Ugrešić Forsiranje romana reke [4]
1987 Voja Čolanović Zebnja na rasklapanje [4]
1986 Vidosav Stevanović Testament [4]
1985 Živojin Pavlović Zid smrti [4]
1984 Milorad Pavić Dictionary of the Khazars [4]
1983 Dragoslav Mihailović Čizmaši [4]
1982 Antonije Isaković Tren 2 [4]
1981 Pavao Pavličić Večernji akt [4]
1980 Slobodan Selenić Prijatelji [4]
1979 Pavle Ugrinov Zadat život [4]
1978 Mirko Kovač Vrata od utrobe [4]
1977 Petko Vojnić Purčar Dom sve dalji [4]
1976 Aleksandar Tišma Upotreba čoveka [4]
1975 Miodrag Bulatović Ljudi sa četiri prsta [4]
1974 Jure Franičević-Pločar Vir [4]
1973 Mihailo Lalić Ratna sreća [4]
1972 Danilo Kiš Peščanik [4]
1971 Miloš Crnjanski Roman o Londonu [4]
1970 Borislav Pekić Hodočašće Arsenija Njegovana [4]
1969 Bora Ćosić Uloge moje porodice u svetskoj revoluciji [4]
1968 Slobodan Novak Mirisi, zlato, tamjan [4]
1967 Erih Koš Mreža [4]
1966 Meša Selimović Derviš i smrt [4]
1965 Ranko Marinković Kiklop [4]
1964 Oskar Davičo Tajne [4]
1963 Oskar Davičo Gladi [4]
1962 Miroslav Krleža Zastave [4]
1961 Dobrica Ćosić Deobe [4]
1960 Radomir Konstantinović Izlazak [4]
1959 No award given [4]
1958 Branko Ćopić Ne tuguj bronzana stražo [4]
1957 Aleksandar Vučo Mrtve javke [4]
1956 Oskar Davičo Beton i svici [4]
1955 Mirko Božić Neisplakani [4]
1954 Dobrica Ćosić Koreni (The Roots) [4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c B92: Grozdani Olujić NIN-ova nagrada (NIN Prize to Grozdana Olujić), 15 Jan 2010 (in Serbian)
  2. ^ B92: Najtraženije knjige - kako i zašto (The Bestselling Books: How and Why?) by SONJA GOČANIN, 31 Jan 2011 (in Serbian)
  3. ^ Staff writer (January 14, 2012). "Veliki rat wins NIN-ova nagrada". complete review. Retrieved January 15, 2013.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc "Dobitnik NIN-ove nagrade" [Winner of the NIN Award]. B92. 22 January 2009. Retrieved 2 February 2015.
  5. ^ "Dejan Atanacković dobitnik NIN-ove nagrade" [Dejan Atanacković Wins NIN Award]. N1. 15 January 2018. Retrieved 15 January 2018.
  6. ^ "Serbia: Ivana Dimic wins NIN Award". ANSA med. 16 January 2017. Retrieved 17 January 2017.
  7. ^ "Dragan Velikić dobitnik NIN-ove nagrade za roman godine" [Dragan Velikić Awarded NIN Award for the Novel of the Year]. N1. 18 January 2016. Retrieved 18 January 2016.
  8. ^ "Filip David dobitnik 61.Ninove nagrade" [Filip David Winner of the 61. NIN Prize]. Večernje novosti. 19 January 2015. Retrieved 19 January 2015.
  9. ^ "NIN-ova nagrada ide Goranu Gociću za "Tai"" [NIN Award Goes to Goran Gociću for "Tai"] (in Serbian). B92. 13 January 2014. Retrieved 2 February 2015.
  10. ^ "Aleksandar Gatalica Wins NIN Literary Prize". The Balkans Daily. 14 January 2013. Retrieved 15 January 2013.
  11. ^ "Slobodanu Tišmi NIN-ova nagrada" [NIN Award to Slobodan Tišma] (in Serbian). B92. 16 January 2012. Retrieved 2 February 2015.
  12. ^ "Nagrada NIN-a Gordani Ćirjanić" [NIN Award to Gordana Ćirjanić]. B92. 17 January 2011. Retrieved 2 February 2015.
  13. ^ "Uručena Ninova nagrada" [NIN Prize Awarded]. Vecernje novosti. 26 January 2011. Retrieved 2 February 2015.
  14. ^ ""Glasovi" nadmašili "Ljetopis"" ["Glasovi" in front of "Ljetopis"]. Vecernje novosti. 15 January 2010. Retrieved 2 February 2015.
  15. ^ "Serbian author wins Austrian accolade". B92. 25 November 2008. Retrieved 2 February 2015.
  16. ^ "Laureate selected for NIN literary award". B92. 18 January 2007. Retrieved 2 February 2015.