From September 25 to October 2, the participants of the third mobile writers’ colony came together in Čelobrdo near Budva (Montenegro). The colony was organized by ZMUC (Belgrade), Za Druga (Petrovac) und Zeta Centre (Tirana) with the support of TRADUKI. The writers Ahmed Burić from Sarajevo, Marko Tomaš from Mostar, Barbi Marković, living and working in Vienna, Brano Mandić from Podgorica and Ana Radmilović from Belgrade worked for one week on the topic of corruption under the guidance of the linguist and writer Pavle Ćosić. The texts they had written were the foundation of the project Muzej korupcije, a virtual museum of corruption. The first exhibits are the texts of the participants that can be read on the blog of the portal Seecult.org.
Unfortunately the organizers could not carry out the planned discussions with students in Budva, Bar and Kotor because the ministry in charge forbid all visiting events at secondary schools due to ongoing election campaign. That is why public events were limited to literary readings, speeches, and discussions on corruption in Budva, Podgorica and in the common room of the residence in Čelobrdo, which was open to visitors during the colony.