Prix de Flore

The Prix de Flore is a French literary prize founded in 1994 by Frédéric Beigbeder. The aim of the prize is to reward youthful authors and is judged by a panel of journalists. It is awarded yearly in November,[1] at the Café de Flore in Paris. The prize only applies to French-language literature, even though the author does not have to be French. Bruce Benderson was the first non-French author to receive the prize, in 2004, for the novel Autobiographie érotique (released in English as The Romanian: Story of an Obsession). The laureate of the Prix de Flore wins about 6,000 Euros and is entitled to drink a glass of Pouilly-Fumé, a white wine from the Loire region of France, at the Café de Flore every day for a year. The laureate's name is engraved on the glass.



  1. ^ "Prix de Flore". Retrieved 2013-08-19.
  2. ^ David Caviglioli (10 November 2011). "Le soir où les fachos ont envahi le Flore]»". Le Nouvel Observateur (in French).
  3. ^ "Le Prix de Flore pour "Zénith Hôtel" d' Oscar Coop-Phane". France TV (in French). November 8, 2012. Retrieved November 9, 2012.
  4. ^ Mohammed Aïssaoui (7 October 2013). "Monica Sabolo, joli Prix de Flore". Le Figaro. Retrieved December 2, 2013.
  5. ^ Sofia Aouine reçoit le prix de Flore pour « Rhapsodie des oubliés » on Le Monde