The International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award recognizes a book published in any language. Nominations are made by select libraries from around the world. If the winner is an English-language book, the author receives 100,000 euros. If the winner is in another language, the author receives 75,000 euros and the translator receives 25,000 euros. The winner also receives a Waterford Crystal trophy.
Click here for a list of winners in all categories from 1996 to the present. Past winners include "Ingenious Pain" by Andrew Miller and "Remembering Babylon" by David Malouf.