The NIN Award (Serbian: Ninova nagrada, Нинова награда; officially Award for Best Novel of the Year) is a prestigious Serbian (and previously Yugoslavian) literary award established in 1954 by the NIN weekly and is given annually for the best newly published novel in Serbian literature (previously Yugoslav literature). The award is presented every year in January by a panel of writers and critics. In addition to being a highly acclaimed award capable of transforming writers' literary careers, the award is also sought after because it virtually assures bestseller status for the winning novel. The literary website complete review called it the "leading Serbian literary prize" in 2012.

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  • The NIN Award (Serbian: Ninova nagrada, Нинова награда; officially Award for Best Novel of the Year) is a prestigious Serbian (and previously Yugoslavian) literary award established in 1954 by the NIN weekly and is given annually for the best newly published novel in Serbian literature (previously Yugoslav literature). The award is presented every year in January by a panel of writers and critics. In addition to being a highly acclaimed award capable of transforming writers' literary careers, the award is also sought after because it virtually assures bestseller status for the winning novel. The literary website complete review called it the "leading Serbian literary prize" in 2012. Since its inception, the award was not awarded only once, in 1959. Oskar Davičo is the only author to win the award three times (in 1956, 1963 and 1964), and the only one to win it in two consecutive years. So far, five women were recipients of the award. (en)
  • The NIN Award (Serbian: Ninova nagrada, Нинова награда; officially Award for Best Novel of the Year) is a prestigious Serbian (and previously Yugoslavian) literary award established in 1954 by the NIN weekly and is given annually for the best newly published novel in Serbian literature (previously Yugoslav literature). The award is presented every year in January by a panel of writers and critics. In addition to being a highly acclaimed award capable of transforming writers' literary careers, the award is also sought after because it virtually assures bestseller status for the winning novel. The literary website complete review called it the "leading Serbian literary prize" in 2012. Since its inception, the award was not awarded only once, in 1959. Oskar Davičo is the only author to win the award three times (in 1956, 1963 and 1964), and the only one to win it in two consecutive years. The other authors to win multiple (2) awards are Dobrica Ćosić, Živojin Pavlović and most recently Svetislav Basara. So far, five women were recipients of the award. (en)
  • The NIN Award (Serbian: Ninova nagrada, Нинова награда; officially Award for Best Novel of the Year) is a prestigious Serbian (and previously Yugoslavian) literary award established in 1954 by the NIN weekly and is given annually for the best newly published novel written in Serbian language (previously in Serbo-Croatian language). The award is presented every year in January by a panel of writers and critics. In addition to being a highly acclaimed award capable of transforming writers' literary careers, the award is also sought after because it virtually assures bestseller status for the winning novel. The literary website complete review called it the "leading Serbian literary prize" in 2012. At first, the award was given to the best novel published in Yugoslavia, regardless of the language, but starting in 1958, only novels written in Serbo-Croatian were eligible. Since its inception, the award was not awarded only once, in 1959. Oskar Davičo is the only author to win the award three times (in 1956, 1963 and 1964), and the only one to win it in two consecutive years. The other authors to win multiple (2) awards are Dobrica Ćosić, Živojin Pavlović and most recently Svetislav Basara. So far, five women were recipients of the award. (en)
  • The NIN Award (Serbian: Ninova nagrada, Нинова награда; officially Award for Best Novel of the Year) is a prestigious Serbian (and previously Yugoslavian) literary award established in 1954 by the NIN weekly and is given annually for the best newly published novel written in Serbian language (previously in Serbo-Croatian language). The award is presented every year in January by a panel of writers and critics. In addition to being a highly acclaimed award capable of transforming writers' literary careers, the award is also sought after because it virtually assures bestseller status for the winning novel. The literary website complete review called it the "leading Serbian literary prize" in 2012. At first (1954-1957), the award was given to the best novel published in Yugoslavia, regardless of the language, but all the novels awarded in this period were written in Serbo-Croatian language. Starting in 1958, only novels written in Serbo-Croatian were eligible. Starting in 2012, only novels written in Serbian language were eligible, regardless of the place of publication. (en)
  • The NIN Award (Serbian: Ninova nagrada, Нинова награда), officially the Award for Best Novel of the Year, is a prestigious Serbian (and previously Yugoslavian) literary award established in 1954 by the NIN weekly and is given annually for the best newly published novel written in Serbian language (previously in Serbo-Croatian language). The award is presented every year in January by a panel of writers and critics. In addition to being a highly acclaimed award capable of transforming writers' literary careers, the award is also sought after because it virtually assures bestseller status for the winning novel. The literary website complete review called it the "leading Serbian literary prize" in 2012. Between 1954 and 1957, the award was given to the best novel published in Yugoslavia, regardless of the language, but all the novels awarded in this period were written in Serbo-Croatian language. Starting in 1958, only novels written in Serbo-Croatian were eligible. Starting in 2012, only novels written in Serbian language were eligible, regardless of the place of publication. (en)
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  • The NIN Award (Serbian: Ninova nagrada, Нинова награда; officially Award for Best Novel of the Year) is a prestigious Serbian (and previously Yugoslavian) literary award established in 1954 by the NIN weekly and is given annually for the best newly published novel in Serbian literature (previously Yugoslav literature). The award is presented every year in January by a panel of writers and critics. In addition to being a highly acclaimed award capable of transforming writers' literary careers, the award is also sought after because it virtually assures bestseller status for the winning novel. The literary website complete review called it the "leading Serbian literary prize" in 2012. (en)
  • The NIN Award (Serbian: Ninova nagrada, Нинова награда; officially Award for Best Novel of the Year) is a prestigious Serbian (and previously Yugoslavian) literary award established in 1954 by the NIN weekly and is given annually for the best newly published novel written in Serbian language (previously in Serbo-Croatian language). The award is presented every year in January by a panel of writers and critics. In addition to being a highly acclaimed award capable of transforming writers' literary careers, the award is also sought after because it virtually assures bestseller status for the winning novel. The literary website complete review called it the "leading Serbian literary prize" in 2012. At first, the award was given to the best novel published in Yugoslavia, regardless of the lan (en)
  • The NIN Award (Serbian: Ninova nagrada, Нинова награда; officially Award for Best Novel of the Year) is a prestigious Serbian (and previously Yugoslavian) literary award established in 1954 by the NIN weekly and is given annually for the best newly published novel written in Serbian language (previously in Serbo-Croatian language). The award is presented every year in January by a panel of writers and critics. In addition to being a highly acclaimed award capable of transforming writers' literary careers, the award is also sought after because it virtually assures bestseller status for the winning novel. The literary website complete review called it the "leading Serbian literary prize" in 2012. (en)
  • The NIN Award (Serbian: Ninova nagrada, Нинова награда), officially the Award for Best Novel of the Year, is a prestigious Serbian (and previously Yugoslavian) literary award established in 1954 by the NIN weekly and is given annually for the best newly published novel written in Serbian language (previously in Serbo-Croatian language). The award is presented every year in January by a panel of writers and critics. In addition to being a highly acclaimed award capable of transforming writers' literary careers, the award is also sought after because it virtually assures bestseller status for the winning novel. The literary website complete review called it the "leading Serbian literary prize" in 2012. (en)
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