Toshiyuki Horie

Toshiyuki Horie (堀江 敏幸 Horie Toshiyuki?, born January 3, 1964) is a Japanese author and translator.

Horie was born in Gifu Prefecture, and studied at Waseda University. He teaches French Literature at Meiji University, where he is a critic and translator of authors including Michel Foucault, Hervé Guibert, Michel Rio, and Jacques Réda.


  • 1999 Mishima Prize for Oparavan (オパラバン)
  • 2001 Akutagawa Prize for Kuma no shikiishi (The Bear And The Paving Stone, 熊の敷石)[1]
  • 2004 Tanizaki Prize for Yukinuma to sono shūhen (Yukinuma and Its Environs, 雪沼とその周辺)
  • 2005 Yomiuri Prize for Kagan bōjitsushō


  1. Britannica: The Year in Review. Encyclopædia Britannica. 2002. p. 259. ISBN 9780852298312. Retrieved 20 March 2010. 
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