2016年度黎巴嫩“Naji Naaman”国际文学奖评选揭晓

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2016年度黎巴嫩“Naji Naaman”国际文学奖评选揭晓
2016年度黎巴嫩“Naji Naaman”国际文学奖评选揭晓
黎巴嫩“Naji Naaman”国际文学奖创立者:纳吉·阿曼(Mr. Naji Naaman)
本中心Lebanon讯 公元2016年6月8日,Naji Naaman’s Foundation for Gratis Culture (纳吉·阿曼文化基金会),在黎巴嫩以英语、法语、阿拉伯语向全世界宣布:经由纳吉·阿曼文化基金会(FGC)评审委员会票决,2016年度“纳吉·阿曼国际文学奖”(Naji Naaman’s Literary Prizes 2016)评选揭晓。
本届(第十四届)国际文学奖,共有2112位知名诗人、作家、艺术家参与角逐,分别来自63个国家,作品涉及33个语种和方言,包括:阿尔巴尼亚语、阿拉伯语(书面语和口语方言)、亚美尼亚语、波斯尼亚语、保加利亚语、汉语、克里奥尔语、英语、世界语、芬兰语、法语、德语、希腊语、印地语、匈牙利语、意大利语、马其顿语、波兰语、葡萄牙语、罗马尼亚语、俄语、梵语、塞尔维亚语、斯洛文尼亚语、西班牙语、瑞典语、土耳其语、乌克兰语等。经过评审委员会票决,最终有50位诗人、作家、艺术家从2112名候选人中胜出,荣膺第十四届黎巴嫩“纳吉·阿曼国际文学奖”(2016年度)。50位得主分别来自伊拉克、巴勒斯坦、法国、中国、罗马尼亚、海地、摩洛哥、阿尔及利亚、叙利亚、阿尔巴尼亚、希腊、波斯尼亚、科索沃、巴基斯坦、黎巴嫩、埃及、意大利、塞尔维亚、阿根廷、沙特阿拉伯、瑞典、乌拉圭、波兰、德国、加拿大、墨西哥、土耳其、印度、匈牙利等国。其中,中国著名女诗人二月蓝(重庆),荣获该项国际文学奖优异奖,其诗、简介和照片等,将收入2016年8月出版的纳吉·阿曼文化基金会编译的系列文学年鉴《naji naaman’s literary prizes 2016》(多种语言对照);中国著名诗人朱立坤先生(湖南),荣获该项国际文学奖创意奖,
其诗、简介和照片等,将收入2016年8月出版的纳吉·阿曼文化基金会编译的系列文学年鉴《naji naaman’s literary prizes 2016》。
同时,该奖首次设立“天才奖”,由匈牙利青年诗人、语言学家Károly Sándor Pallai夺得。
黎巴嫩“纳吉·阿曼国际文学奖”创立于2002年,旨在“复兴文学与人的价值”,该奖一直颁发给国际最前卫的文学作品。
国际诗歌翻译研究中心(IPTRC)
混语版《世界诗人》杂志社
英文版《世界诗歌年鉴》编辑委员会
2016年6月11日
Naji Naaman’s Literary Prizes 2016
(50 new prizewinners)
With 2112 participants in competition, from sixty three countries, writing in thirty three languages and dialects: Albanian, Arabic (literary and several spoken dialects), Armenian, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Chinese, Creole, English, Esperanto, Finnish, French, German, Goransko, Greek, Hindi, Hungarian, Italian, Macedonian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Sanskrit, Serbian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish and Ukrainian, the fourteenth picking season of Naji Naaman’s literary prizes (2016) rewarded 50 new prizewinners:
Merit prizes:
Ahmad Jalal Saleh (Iraq); Amine Darawisha (Palestine); Aubin Verilhac (France); Eryue Lan– Feb-Blue (China); Iuliu-Marius Morariu (Romania); Jean Frantz Philippe (Haiti); Khalid Ettouzani (Morocco); Mohamed Akhrif (Morocco); Mohamed Sayf Alislam Boufalaka (Algeria); Samar Ad-Dayub (Syria).
Creativity prizes:
Agron Shele (Albania); Ahmad Jnido (Syria); Androniki Dimitriadou (Greece); Dino Porović Pora (Bosnia); Enea Gela (Romania); Engjëll I. Berisha (Albania); Fahredin Shehu (Kosovo); Hamza Hassan Sheikh (Pakistan); Ismet Salihbegović (Bosnia); Layla Bari’ (Morocco); Lucia Elghorayeb (Lebanon); Mahmud Ahmad ‘Ali Ibrahim (Egypt); Michela Zanarella (Italy); Miroslav Sredanović (Serbia); Mohamed Salem ‘Ubada (Egypt); Mónica Cazón (Argentina); Nada Ibrahim Khalifa Al-Ahmad (Saudi Arabia); Naime Beqiraj (Kosovo); Ndue Ukaj (Albania-Sweden); Ramona-Veronica Belecciu–Mona Lisa (Romania); Rim As-Sayyed (Syria); Rubina Andredakis (Greece); Silvia Guerra (Uruguay); Tatjana Debeljacki (Serbia); ‘Umar Hussayn Siraj (Saudi Arabia); Yunus Al-Butakmanti (Morocco); Yusra Al-Bitar (Lebanon); Zhu Likun (China).
Honor prizes (for complete work):
Dariusz Pacak (Austrian-Polish poet); Khalid Shomali (Palestinian poet living in Germany); Haralambos Laskaris (Greek poet and journalist); Heather Spears – Marion H. Goldenberg (Canadian poetess, writer and painter, living in Denmark); José (Antonio) Landa (Rosas) (Mexican poet, writer and painter); María Antonieta Flores (Venezuelan poetess, researcher and critic); Mihai Merticaru (Romanian poet and writer); Nedeljko Terzić (Serbian poet and writer); Özkan Mert (Turkish Poet); Rati Saxena (Indian poetess and researcher); Tereza Palazzo Conti (Argentinian poetess).
Genius prize:
(granted for the first time since the establishment of the prizes in 2002)
Károly Sándor Pallai (Young Hungarian poet and linguist)
During next August, laureates will find their chosen texts printed (integrally or in part) in the prizes’ yearbook within the free of charge literary series published by Naji Naaman’s Foundation for Gratis Culture (FGC), and shall receive an appropriate attestation giving them the honorary title of member of Maison Naaman pour la Culture.
Released in 2002, Naji Naaman’s literary prizes are awarded to authors of the most emancipated literary works in content and style, aiming to revive and develop human values.