On September 25th, a literary evening under the title Koliko se poznajemo (How well we know each other) took place in which the Croatian writer Milan Rakovac, the September fellow of the European writers-in-residence program, and Irena Urbič, the art director of the Forum Tomizza, talked with the Bosnian-Herzegovinian writers Ahmed Burić, Ferida Duraković and Faruk Šehić. Ferida Duraković, who is the manager of the European writers-in-residence program, moderated the evening. The event was organized by TRADUKI and the PEN-Centre of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The association KROKODIL invites writers, essayists, columnists, playwrights and translators from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Croatia, Slovenia, Macedonia, Albania, Bulgaria, and Romania to apply for a month’s fellowship in Belgrade. The fellowship includes a grant of 800 euro. Deadline for applications is October 31st, 2014.
Jacqueline Roussety from Radio multicult.fm asked Antje Contius and Aylin Rieger about the dimensions of the TRADUKI project.
Editing and moderation: Jacqueline Roussety.
With the support of TRADUKI, the Croatian Ministry of Culture, the region of Split-Dalmatia and the city of Split, the association KURS will continue its writers in residence program “Marko Marulić” in 2015. Writers and literary translators can apply until November 15th, 2014 for a month’s working stay in Split.