The Nobel Prize in Literature for 2023 goes to Jon Fosse, a writer from Norway.
He's won it because his plays and stories are really creative and can express things that are hard to talk about.
Jon Fosse has written a lot of stuff in a type of Norwegian called Nynorsk.
He's done all kinds of writing like plays, novels, poems, essays, books for kids, and even translations.
Nobel Prize in Peace:
Friday, October 6, starting at 11:00 AM CEST at the Norwegian Nobel Institute in Oslo, Norway.
Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences:
Monday, October 9, starting at 11:45 AM CEST at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm.
You can watch the announcements live on nobelprize.org and their official digital channels. Detailed information about the winners and their achievements will also be available on nobelprize.org.