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A flurry of literary awards for Hachette Livre group imprints


Lagardère Publishing

Vanves, 17 November 2023

The Hachette Livre group’s imprints have shined in the 2023 literary season, with numerous authors and books winning awards.

  • Prix Renaudot 2023

Les Insolents by Ann Scott, published by Calmann-Lévy

  • Prix Renaudot Poche 2023

Le Retournement by Manuel Carcassonne, published by Le Livre de Poche

  • Prix Renaudot Essai 2023

De Gaulle, une vie : l’homme de personne (1890-1944) by Jean-Luc Barré, published by Grasset

  • Prix de Flore 2023

Western by Maria Pourchet, published by Stock

  • Prix Médicis roman étranger 2023 (first place ex aequo)

Impossibles adieux by South Korean author Han Kang (translated by Kyungran Choi and Pierre Bisiou) published by Grasset

  • Grand Prix de Littérature Américaine 2023

Un monde de ciel et de terre by Aleksandar Hemon (translated by Michèle Albaret-Maatsch) published by Calmann-Lévy

  • Prix Stanislas 2023

Vous ne connaissez rien de moi by Julie Héraclès, published by JC Lattès

  • Prix 30 Millions d’Amis

Son odeur après la pluie by Cédric Sapin-Defour published by Stock

Hachette Livre is a subsidiary of Lagardère SA and the world’s third-largest mainstream publishing group (trade and educational). With revenue of €2,748 million in 2022, it is the market leader in France, number two in the UK, third in Spain and fourth in the US (in trade publishing). The Group comprises over 200 imprints which together publish around 15,000 new titles each year in a dozen languages (mainly French, English and Spanish). It covers all segments of the mainstream publishing market: general fiction, nonfiction, paperbacks, children’s and YA books, illustrated books, travel guides, textbooks, study guides and partworks

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