Wiener Werkstattpreis

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The international Wiener Werkstattpreis is a literary prize in Austria and has been founded in 1992. Since the year 2000, the prize is given every year. The organizers want to promote writers who are not well-known yet.

The prize is 1,100 EUR. In 2007, the authors could send in their texts in three categories: short story, poetry and essay.

Supported and partly paid by the Austrian government and the city administration of Vienna, the prize is organized by the publishing house FZA.

Winners[change | change source]

  • 2009 Wolfgang Ellmauer and Markus Thiele
  • 2008 Axel Görlach
  • 2007 Klaus Ebner (main price and winner in the categories short story and essay)
    Winner in the category poetry: Norbert Sternmut
  • 2006 Constantin Göttfert
  • 2005 Felician Siebrecht
  • 2004 Ingeborg Woitsch and Daniel Mylow
  • 2003 Uljana Wolf
  • 2002 Susanne Wagner
  • 2001 Olaf Kurtz
  • 2000 Christine Thiemt
  • 1994 Franzobel

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