In August, the P.E.N. Centre of Bosnia and Herzegovina welcomed the author Maja Gal Štromar from Slovenia to the TRADUKI funded Writers in Residence programme. During her stay she did research in city's archives to find information on the death of her grandfather, who in 1941 was shot by the Gestapo in Sarajevo – an event that will serve as the foundation of her forthcoming novel.
On 29th August Vasile Ernu presented himself to literature enthusiasts as part of the event series Disku(r)sija in Split. The Romanian author is deemed to be one of the most important representatives of contemporary Eastern European literature. This August he was a participant of the TRADUKI funded Writer in Residence programme Marko Marulić, organised by the association KURS. During his stay in the Dalmatian coastal town, Vasile Ernu worked on the third part of his trilogy Mică trilogie a marginalilor [Little Trilogy of Marginal People].
In the evening of November 9th 2017, within the Artists in Residence program of the Austrian Federal Chancellery and of KulturKontakt Austria, the Slovenian writer Dino Bauk presented his book Konec. Znova, which has recently been published with the support of TRADUKI in German under the title Ende. Abermals.