The Prince Pierre Literary Prize
Established in 1951, The Prince Pierre Literary Prize honors a French-speaking writer renowned for his entire work, on the occasion of a recent publication of one of his works.
Proposed by the Literary Council, it is not subject to any deposit of application and grants a price of 15,000 euros.
Each year, Council members meet in Paris in May to establish a list of selected authors. The winner is named during the autumn session and proclaimed in Monaco during the Foundation Prize Ceremony.