Norwegian Booksellers' Prize

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The Norwegian Booksellers' Prize (Bokhandlerprisen) is a literature prize awarded annually by the Norwegian Booksellers Association. [1] The prize is awarded for one of the year's books in the fiction / general literature category, including children's and youth books. The prize was initiated in 1948, then did not return until 1961. It was also on a hiatus from 1970 to 1980.[2][3]

Prize winners[edit]

Jo Benkow, 1985 winner
Gunnar Staalesen, 1989 winner
Ingvar Ambjørnsen, 1996 winner
Åsne Seierstad, 2002 winner

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