Wespennest to the visitors. In this issue sponsored by TRADUKI, with the same title of "Yugoslavia revisited", authors discuss the topic, two decades after the fall of Yugoslavia, of what Yugoslavia was and what survives as Yugoslavian.From 5 to 7 November 2010 the "Literatur im Herbst (Literature in autumn): Yugoslavia revisited" festival, which has many authors from the former Yugoslavia as guests, takes place in Vienna. The main curators of the programme are Walter Famler and Alida Bremer, who will also present the most recent issue of the magazine
The translator and author Ardian Klosi has dedicated himself to this work for many years. Now the time has come at last: this edition , which includes all stories, sketches and novellas of the Prague author in Albanian, arranged chronologically by their date of writing, whether printed during his lifetime or published posthumously, was made possible due to the support of TRADUKI.
Hadžem Hajdarević from Bosnia-Herzegovina was on a reading tour to Berlin, Magdeburg and Halle/Saale from October 5 to 7, 2010 as the guest of "InterLese“, a literary meeting, at the invitation of the Friedrich-Bödecker-Kreis in Saxony-Anhalt e.V. He introduced his bilingual poetry anthology Land, das es nicht gibt [Land, Which Does Not Exist] which was promoted by TRADUKI.The poet