The Prix Apollo was presented each year to the best SF novel (original or translated) published in French during the preceding year.
The awards were voted upon by a rotating panel of three judges.
The first winner was Isle of the Dead by Roger Zelazny (1972).
The awards were discontinued in 1991.
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