Submissions for the 2023 ArabLit Story Prize are open until July 31, 2023.
ArabLit Story Prize
Submissions for the 2023 ArabLit Story Prize are open today.
It’s a fact—and I grow more certain of this as time goes by—that no matter how many folks we encounter as time goes by, some of their faces strike a chord deep within us. They somehow burrow into our souls, forever marking the course of our lives.
We are delighted to announce that the winners of the 2022 ArabLit Story Prize are Belal Fadi and James Scanlan, for Scanlan’s translation of Fadl’s “The Kid Sheikh” (!الشيخ العَيِّل).
Shortlist of 2022 ArabLit Story Prize Features Dark Humor, Rupturing Selves, & Beautifully Flowing Long Sentences
We at ArabLit are delighted to announce that this year’s judges selected four stories for the shortlist of the 2022 ArabLit Story Prize, by four writers from four countries: Syria, Egypt, Lebanon, and Libya.
A reminder to get in your submissions before the extended deadline on September 30.
Thanks to everyone for their understanding.
ArabLit’s own Story Prize is still open for submissions until July 21, 2022.
The PEN/Heim Translation Fund and ArabLit’s own Story Prize are now open for submissions.