ST. PAUL’S INTERNATIONAL LITERARY PRIZE

The Literary Prize project started in the academic year 1997-1998, the idea being that any effort which encourages mature, enthusiastic and demanding readers in more than one language is an extremely worthwhile cause.

We have always believed, and still do so today, that the Literary Prize serves as an excellent way to promote literature among other young readers around the world.

Over the years, we have had renowned writers and distinguished guests who have presided over our award ceremony: Ana María Matute, Andreu Martín, Mª de la Pau Janer, Pep Guardiola, Juan Villoro, Salah Jamal, Matthew Tree, Aisha Miró, Ángela Becerra, Jorge Bucay, Javier Cercas, Baltasar Porcel, Espido Freire, Carme Riera, Paulo Coelho, Màrius Carol, Eduardo Martín de Pozuelo, Care Santos and José Luis Gallego. This has been a real honour for us and our Literary Prize.

In the attached links you can find the rules for the next competition, the books which contain winning stories from past competitions, and photos from our most recent award ceremony.

A TOOL FOR
PROMOTING
LITERATURE AMONGST
OUR OWN STUDENTS
AND AMONGST
OTHERS AROUND THE
WORLD