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“Novellasia” announces its top five winners!

Written by on Thursday, 1 May 2014
Culture and History, Novellasia
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“Novellasia”’s jury chairman, Alex Ulko, in consultation with judges from throughout Central Asia, has chosen five final winners from a short-list of 15.


Author

 

 

Title

 

Country

 

Language

Kanat Omar

Running Away to Moldavia

Kazakhstan

Russian

Safar Kattaboyev

An Unusual Thief
(The Water Pump)

Uzbekistan

Russian

Seed Yanishev

Collection of stories

Uzbekistan

Russian

Tolibshohi Davlat

Cranes in Spring

Tajikistan

Tajik

Muhammadsharif Mamatkulov

The Memories of the Soviet Army

Uzbekistan

Uzbek

More details and reviews on http://novellasia.net/

The five winners will be translated into English and Russian, their works will be given publication priority, first as bilingual blog-novels and then as an illustrated e-book compilation; they will also receive a cash prize.

The runners-up will be published next as blog-novels in their original languages. After the runners-up, the rest of the contestants will be published throughout the remainder of 2014 and into 2015.

The organizing committee also wants to thank all of the participants. Stay tuned to NewEurasia’s website and Facebook page when we begin publishing all of the submissions next month!

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