Translations from, to and within South Eastern Europe

Writer in Residence Programmes in Southeast Europe

TRADUKI has actively supported the establishment of several residence programs for writers and translators from Southeast Europe. To read more about the individual programs, click on the respective photo.

Belgrade

from belgrade with love by matic and zechSince 2012, the association KROKODIL, in cooperation with TRADUKI, offers 4-week residential stays for writers and translators in their artists’ house in Belgrade.

2017

  • Lejla Kalamujić, Bosnia and Hercegovina
  • Teodora Dimova, Bulgaria
  • Tanja Stupar Trifunović, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Sven Popović, Croatia

2016

2015

2014

  • Corina Sabau, Romania
  • Tibor Hrs Pandur, Slovenia
  • Lamija Begagić, Bosnia and Hercegovina
  • Srećko Horvat, Croatia

2013

2012

Novo Mesto

from novo mesto with loveSince 2015, the Slovenian publishing house Goga, in cooperation with TRADUKI, offers 4-week residential stays for writers and translators in Novo mesto.

2016

2015

  • Arben Idrizi, Kosovo
  • Igor Marojević, Serbia
  • Tanja Bakić, Montenegro

 

 

 

 

Prishtina

from prishtina with love by matic and zechIn 2013 Qendra Multimedia with the support of TRADUKI launched its writers in residence program Pristina has no river, which gives writers and translators a possibility of a four-week residential fellowship in Kosovo.

2017

  • Dinko Telećan, Croatia
  • Ekaterina Petrova, Bulgaria
  • Luljeta Lleshanaku, Albania
  • Iva Brdar, Serbia

2016

2015

  • Vasko Raičević, Montenegro
  • Lejla Kalamujić, Bosnia and Hercegovina
  • Darija Žilić, Croatia
  • Petar Andonovski, Macedonia

2014

2013

  • Gergana Dimitrova, Bulgaria
  • Tea Hvala, Slovenia
  • Edi Matić, Croatia
  • Gjorgje Bozhoviq, Serbia

Sarajevo

from sarajevo with loveIn 2011, TRADUKI initiated in cooperation with Sarajevo Open Centre the European Writers in Residence Program for writers and translators in Sarajevo. Since 2013, the four-week residential fellowship have been organized by the PEN Centre of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

2017

  • Nenad Rizvanović, Croatia
  • Petar Andonovski, Macedonia
  • Stefan Bošković, Montenegro
  • Maja Gal Štromar, Slovenia
  • Dragoljub Stanković, Serbia

2016

2015

2014

2013

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2011

Skopje

from skopje with love by matic and zechIn 2013, the publishing house Goten with the support of TRADUKI, started the writers in residence program Absolute Modern, which gives writers and translators a possibility of a four-week residential fellowship in Skopje.

2017

2016

2015

  • Dejan Matić, Serbia
  • Julian Quineti, Albania
  • Robert Perišić, Croatia
  • Denisa Duran, Romania
  • Ahmed Burić, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Lara Mihovilović, Slovenia

2014

2013

Split

from split with love by matic and zechIn 2010, the association KURS launched its writers in residence program Marko Marulić, which was the first of the TRADUKI-supported residential fellowships. Since then, numerous writers and translators have been guests in Split, each of them for four weeks.

2017

  • Jovan Nikolić, Serbia
  • Mustafa Zvizdić, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Esad Babačić, Slovenia
  • Stefan Capaliku, Albania
  • Vasile Ernu, Romania
  • Zora del Buono, Switzerland

2016

2015

2014

  • Rada Sharlandzhieva, Bulgaria
  • Teofil Pančić, Serbia
  • Ahmed Burić, Bosnia and Hercegovina
  • Nedžad Ibrahimović, Bosnia and Hercegovina
  • Jovica Ivanovski, Macedonia
  • Viktorija Radić, Hungary/Serbia

2013

2012

  • Marko Tomaš, Bosnia and Hercegovina
  • Zvonko Karanović, Serbia
  • Radu Pavel Gheo, Romania
  • Ljiljana Dirjan, Macedonia
  • Ajla Terzić, Bosnia and Hercegovina
  • Haydar Ergolen, Turkey

2011

2010

Tirana

from tirana with love by matic and zechSince 2013, Poeteka in cooperation with TRADUKI organizes the writers in residence program Tirana – In Between. Within the program, writers and translators can apply for a four-week residential fellowship in the capital of Albania.

2017

  • Daim Miftari, Macedonia
  • Jasna Dimitrijević, Serbia
  • Shpëtim Selmani, Kosovo
  • Jasna Šamić, Bosnia
  • Gašper Malej, Slovenia

2016

2015

2014

2013

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