Davíð‘s PenRead moreThe Union of Icelandic Writers (a splinter group of The Icelandic Writers' Union) hosted an annual prize called Davíð's Pen, on the birthday of Icelandic author Davíð Stefánsson, 21. January, from 1991-1997.
Fjöruverðlaunin – The Women’s Literature PrizeRead moreThe Icelandic Women's Literature Prize is awarded to books by women, both fiction and non-fiction.
Guðrún Helgadóttir Children‘s Literature PrizeRead moreThe Prize was founded by the City of Reykjavik in 2018 in honour of Guðrún Helgadóttir, one of Iceland’s most prominent children's book authors.
Halldór Laxness International Literature PrizeRead moreThe award is hosted by the Icelandic Prime Minister's Office, the Minister of Education, Science and Culture, Business Iceland, Laxness' publisher Forlagið, Gljúfrasteinn and Reykjavík International Literary Festival.
Icelandic Nominations to the Nordic Council Children and Young People‘s Literature PrizeRead moreOne of five awards given by the Nordic Council each year, and the most recent one. First awarded in 2013.
Icelandic Nominations to the Nordic Council‘s Literature PrizeRead moreThe Nordic Council‘s Literature Prize was first awarded in 1962. It is awarded to an author of a work of fiction, written in one of the Nordic languages.
Icelandic Winners of the European Union Prize for LiteratureRead moreThe Prize is financed by the Creative Europe programme of the European Commission.
RÚV Writers‘ FundRead moreThe Icelandic Broadcasting Service (RUV) awards one or more writers each year on December 20th.
Sögusteinn – IBBY Iceland’s Children’s Literature PrizeRead moreIBBY Iceland (International Board on Books for Young People) has hosted this prize since 2007. It is given to writers and / or illustrators whose children's books who have enriched Icelandic children's literature.