The Executive Committee of The Bridge Book Award is pleased to announce the winners, Americans and Italians, in Fiction and Non Fiction of the VII EDITION 2022.
The 4 juries, two Italian and two American, made up of 15 members each, expressed their choices in two rounds of voting, determining the 4 winners.
SARA FREEMAN, Tides – Grove Atlantic
HENDRIK DEY, The Making of Medieval Rome. A New Profile of the City, 400 – 1420 – Cambridge University Press
CHIARA VALERIO, Così per sempre – Einaudi
WALTER SITI , Contro l’impegno. Riflessioni sul Bene in letteratura – Rizzoli
The award ceremony for the American Winners, scheduled for January 19, 2023, will be held at the headquarters of the Center for American Studies in Via Michelangelo Caetani, 32, 00186 in Rome. The Italian winners will also be present at the event.
The award ceremony for the Italian Winners will be held at the Italian Cultural Institute in New York, on April 25-26 and 27, 2023 in occasion of the Festival of Italian Literature Multipli Forti . The American winners present in New York will be also invited to participate.
More details on the ceremonies and invitations will follow in the coming weeks.
The Bridge Award is conceived and curated by Maria Ida Gaeta with the collaboration of Maria Gliozzi. The Italian Cultural Institute of New York and Federazione Unitaria Italiana Scrittori (FUIS) are currently the main and fundamental supporters of the Prize. The award also benefits from the collaboration of the American Academy in Rome, Civitella Ranieri Foundation, and starting from this latest edition, from the Center of American Studies in Rome.
To discover the 20 candidates, Italian and American, in the two categories of fiction and non-fiction, please click here CANDIDATES 2022
For those wishing to participate in the ceremonies, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org