|Date||17 May – 12 August 1928|
|Location||Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam|
|Participants||5 from 4 countries|
|Judge||Clarence, Count von Rosen||SWE|
|Judge||José Capelo, Count de Penha Garcia||POR|
|Judge||Karel Joan Lodewijk Alberdingk Thijm||NED|
|Judge||Pieter Cornelis Boutens||NED|
|Judge||Johan de Meester||NED|
Since the submitted works could only include 20,000 words, several chapters could be submitted from recently published books. Overall, the jury had to evaluate 40 literary works by 34 authors from 10 countries.
In the category Dramatic Works no gold and bronze medals were awarded, only a silver one. This was won by Paulo maiora canamus, real name Lauro Adolfo de Bosis, for his lyric drama Icarus, an Italian meter (11 syllables), which was inspired by Charles Lindbergh’s trans-oceanic flight. The work was published in 1930 in Milano, and was also translated into English and French.
|Pos||Cat Nr||Artist(s)||NOC||Translated Title||Original Title||Title in Olympic Report or Catalogue|
|2||–||Paulo maiora canamus||ITA||Icarus||Icaro||Icaro||Silver|
|AC||–||Plus que de Raison||FRA||800 Meters||800 Mètres||800 Mètres|
|AC||–||Henri van Wermeskerken||NED||Ocean Flight||Oceaanvlucht||Oceaanvlucht|
|AC||–||Louis Grivel||SUI||At the Threshold of the Games||Au Seuil des Jeux||Au Seuil des Jeux|
|AC||–||Voittout||SUI||Sporting conflicts||Conflits Sportives||Conflits Sportives|