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The wanderers will find a way home

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751 grrbic copyright Next Page FoundationThe year is coming to its close and all Traduki residency fellows have returned back home.

This year Traduki, in collaboration with the Romanian Literature Museum and Headsome Communication, organised its first residencies in Bucharest. The programme was a great success and both guests, the Slovenian poet Uroš Prah and the Bulgarian literary translator Hristo Boev, enjoyed their stay. Prah finished his poetry collection Udor, which came out a month after his residency. In Bucharest he had two public readings, where he presented some of his older material as well as poems from the new collection. The literary translator Boev, who is in thrall with the Romanian literary scene and has so far translated 18 novels into Bulgarian, worked on new translations and paid a visit to the Bulgarian Department at Bucharest University. There he shared his knowledge and experience on literary translation with the local students.

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Open call: Writers-in-Residence: Reading Balkans 2020

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reading balkansThe Reading Balkans is supporting Writers-in-Residence fellowships for the year 2020. In total there are 21 residencies; each residency is four weeks long. Residencies are available in the following cities: Novo mesto, Belgrade, Skopje, Split, Tirana, Prishtina, and Sarajevo. The call for applications is open for writers until 30th December 2019.

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Traduki and Its Partners in Focus: Declaration of Intent 2020-2022

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747 unterzeichnungOn 25th November, Oliver Zille, Director of the Leipzig Book Fair, and Martin Buhl-Wagner, CEO of the Leipzig Fair, signed together with Minister of State Michelle Müntefering a joint declaration of intent to promote and foster stronger literary collaboration and exchange between Southeast Europe and German-speaking countries. The signing of the declaration, which was followed by short and intensive talks, lays the foundation for deeper cooperation between the Traduki network, the Leipzig Book Fair, and the German Foreign Office.

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