The International Booker Prize is awarded annually for the finest single work of fiction from around the world which has been translated into English and published in the UK and Ireland.

The prize celebrates the vital work of translators, with the £50,000 prize money divided equally between the author and the translator. In addition, for the first time in 2022, the shortlisted authors and translators will each receive £2,500, increased from £1,000 in previous years - bringing the total value of the prize to £80,000.

The longlist of 13 books for the 2023 prize was announced on March 14 and the shortlist of six books on April 18. The winning title will be announced at a ceremony in London on May 23, 2023. The 2022 International Booker Prize was won by Tomb of Sand, written by Geetanjali Shree and translated by Daisy Rockwell. It was published by Tilted Axis Press.

This is not just about me, the individual. I represent a language and culture and this recognition brings into larger purview the entire world of Hindi literature in particular and Indian literature as a whole.

2022 International Prize Shortlist

A New Name, Septology VI-VII

Translated by Damion Searls

Tomb of Sand
Prize winner

Translated by Daisy Rockwell

Cursed Bunny

Translated by Anton Hur

Elena Knows

Translated by Frances Riddle


Translated by Sam Bett David Boyd