2000 Winner

2000

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Judges

Alicia Borinsky

Alicia Borinsky

Colm Tóibín

Colm Tóibín

David Dabydeen

David Dabydeen

Josyane Savigneau

Josyane Savigneau

Suzi Feay

Suzi Feay

SHORTLIST LIBRARIES

United Kingdom
Belfast Central Library is a public library in Royal Avenue, Belfast, Northern Ireland.
USA
Since first opening our doors in 1873, we’ve served all Chicagoans with free and open places to gather, learn, connect, read and be transformed.
USA
The District of Columbia Public Library was created by an act of Congress in 1896 “to furnish books and other printed matter and information service..
Ireland
Dublin City Council’s mission is to “provide quality services for its citizens and visitors and act to protect and promote Dublin’s distinct identity in a..
USA
The Houston Public Library system serves the City’s culturally diverse community by offering a broad program of free educational, informational and recreational activities through a..
United Kingdom
The Library of Birmingham is a public library in Birmingham, England. It is situated on the west side of the city centre at Centenary Square,..
United Kingdom
London Libraries is the London region of Libraries Connected and has membership of all 32 boroughs and the City of London. It works collaboratively to..
USA
Serves a population of over 2.5 million; Welcomes over 6.7 million visitors per year; Has 50 branches, 2 bookmobiles and 1 technobus. Plus, 2 YOUMake..
USA
Minneapolis Public Library was founded in 1885 and opened in the city’s first public library building on 10th Street and Hennepin Avenue in 1889. In..
Barbados
The mission of the National Library Service is to serve the Barbadian community as a ready source of dynamic information products and services.
USA
We are the oldest State Library in the United States, dating our founding to 1717.
USA
“The New York Public Library has provided essential access to books and information for more than a century. Today, we are building on that legacy..
Germany
Stadtbüchereien Düsseldorf nominated the 2023 Dublin Literary Award winner, Marzahn, Mon Amour, by Katja Oskamp, translated by Jo Heinrich and published by Pereine Press

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