Norwegian author Jon Fosse wins 2023 Nobel Prize in Literature for his innovative plays and prose.

Fosse's notable work includes 'Septology' and novels like 'The Other Name' and 'A New Name.'

He was born in 1959 on Norway's west coast and writes in Norwegian Nynorsk across various genres.

The 2022 Literature Nobel was awarded to French author Annie Ernaux for her exploration of personal memory.

In 2018, the award was postponed due to scandals within the Swedish Academy.

Nobel Prize announcements started with Medicine, Chemistry, and Physics awards.

The Peace Prize will be announced on October 6, and Economic Sciences on October 9.

Each Nobel Prize carries a cash award of 10 million Swedish kronor.

The prizes will be presented on December 10, funded by Alfred Nobel's bequest.

Fosse's 'Fosse minimalism' style has left a lasting impact on literature.