On Thursday, October 7th at 1 p.m. CET, the Swedish Academy will announce the winner of the 2010 Nobel Prize in Literature. The announcement will be made in Stockholm, Sweden.
According to the UK betting site, Ladbrokes, Polish poet Adam Zagajewski, the Syrian poet Adonis, and the Korean poet Ko Un all have 8/1 odds of winning the prize. Swedish author Tomas Transtromer has the best chance with 5/1 odds. Japan’s Haruki Murakami and Autstralia’s Les Murray both have 11/1 odds of winning.
Check it out: “The announcement, and an interview with Peter Englund, Permanent Secretary of the Swedish Academy, about the 2010 Nobel Prize in Literaturewill later be published here as video on-demand.” (Via Michael Orthofer)