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The Ele­venth In­ter­na­ti­o­nal
No­vi Sad Li­te­ra­tu­re Fe­sti­val
29th Au­gust – 2nd Sep­tem­ber 2016 * No­vi Sad
As­so­ci­a­tion of Wri­ters of Voi­vo­di­na * Ser­bia
Braće Rib­ni­kar 5, 21000 No­vi Sad

The ELE­VENTH In­ter­na­ti­o­nal No­vi Sad Li­te­rary Fe­sti­val nwas held in No­vi Sad, from 29th Au­gust to 2nd Sep­tem­ber 2016.
This is a li­te­ra­tu­re fe­sti­val fe­a­tu­ring po­ets and cri­tics who re­pre­sent and pro­mo­te con­tem­po­rary li­te­ra­tu­re. Mo­re than 900 wri­ters from Ser­bia and abroad par­ti­ci­pa­ted in the pre­vi­o­us ten Fe­sti­vals, and the im­pres­si­ons of all the par­ti­ci­pants we­re very good. They we­re all sa­tis­fied with the­ir stay in No­vi Sad and the pro­gram of the Fe­sti­val (par­ti­ci­pants we­re from En­gland, Fran­ce, Ire­land, Ger­many, Me­xi­co, Bul­ga­ria, Spain, Italy, USA, Au­stria, Snjit­zer­land, Nor­way, Hun­gary, Swe­den, Czech Re­pu­blic, Po­land, Cro­a­tia, Rus­sia, Slo­va­kia, Mon­te­ne­gro, Ro­ma­nia, Tur­key, Su­dan, Bo­snia, Den­mark, Ni­ge­ria, Mo­roc­co, etc.).
The pro­gram of the Fe­sti­val in­clu­ded af­ter­noon and eve­ning re­a­dings and di­scus­si­ons at va­ri­o­us ve­nu­es thro­ug­ho­ut the city, as well as vi­sits to ot­her towns in Ser­bia. The re­a­dings pre­sen­ted na­ti­o­nal li­te­ra­tu­res, gro­ups of aut­hors or sin­gle aut­hors. The main event was the eve­ning re­a­ding on the Trg Mla­de­na­ca Squ­a­re in the city cen­tre, in front of the Po­e­try Ga­te. Every year, a sympo­si­um is held to di­scuss im­por­tant con­tem­po­rary li­te­rary the­mes. This year, one of the pro­grams was Slam Po­e­try Com­pe­ti­tion for young po­ets.
For the fifth ti­me, Fe­sti­val wel­co­med a gu­est co­un­try for the pur­po­se of a mo­re com­ple­te re­pre­sen­ta­tion of that co­un­try’s con­tem­po­rary po­e­try. This year, the gu­est of the Fe­sti­val was Den­mark with pre­sti­gi­o­us aut­hors who read the­ir po­e­try at the Fe­sti­val. We pu­blis­hed an ant­ho­logy of con­tem­po­rary Da­nish Po­e­try (twel­ve po­ets).
The par­ti­ci­pants went on a bo­at ri­de on the Da­nu­be (from No­vi Sad to Srem­ski Kar­lov­ci) and vi­si­ted the mo­na­ste­ri­es on Fru­ška Go­ra (a mo­un­tain ne­ar No­vi Sad).
No­vi Sad is the ca­pi­tal of the Pro­vin­ce of Voj­vo­di­na and the se­cond big­gest city in Ser­bia. Its po­pu­la­tion is over 450,000. It is an im­por­tant eco­no­mic, cul­tu­re and uni­ver­sity cen­tre. The cen­tre of the city was bu­ilt du­ring the 18th and 19th cen­tury, and on the op­po­si­te bank of the Da­nu­be, the­re is a mag­ni­fi­cent for­tress bu­ilt in the 17th cen­tury. The mo­na­ste­ri­es on Fru­ška Go­ra we­re bu­ilt in the pe­riod from the 15th to 18th cen­tury. A small town of Srem­ski Kar­lov­ci is si­tu­a­ted on Fru­ška Go­ra. The Ser­bian Ro­man­ti­cism star­ted in Srem­ski Kar­lov­ci and No­vi Sad, and la­sted from 1847 till 1870. It was led by po­et Bran­ko Radičević and, af­ter him, Jo­van Jo­va­no­vić Zmaj and La­za Ko­stić. The ob­jec­ti­ves we­re to pro­mo­te the lan­gu­a­ge re­form of Vuk Karadžić who mo­der­ni­zed Ser­bian lan­gu­a­ge and in­tro­du­ced the ver­na­cu­lar Ser­bian in­to li­te­ra­tu­re, an­tic­las­si­cal re­bel­lion and in­tro­duc­tion of a new sen­si­bi­lity and aest­he­tics in­to Ser­bian li­te­ra­tu­re.
In No­vi Sad, be­si­des et­hnic Serb ma­jo­rity, the­re are re­pre­sen­ta­ti­ves of se­ve­ral et­hnic gro­ups, the big­gest of which are Hun­ga­ri­ans. They too ha­ve edu­ca­ti­o­nal, cul­tu­ral and in­for­ma­ti­ve in­sti­tu­ti­ons.
Du­ring the Fe­sti­val, a ce­re­mony of awar­ding the pri­ze to the Young Ser­bian Po­et of the Year was held in Srem­ski Kar­lov­ci.
Every year, In­ter­na­ti­o­nal Poetry Award No­vi Sad is gi­ven to a world-re­nonwned li­ving po­et for his po­e­tic oe­u­vre or li­fe ac­hi­e­ve­ment in the fi­eld of po­e­try (pre­vi­o­us la­u­re­a­tes are Chri­stoph Mec­kel, Jean-Pi­er­re Faye, Ben Okri, Sean O’Brien, Lyubo­mir Lev­chev, Kat­hrin Schmidt, Krzysztof Ka­ra­sek, Mir­cea Car­ta­re­scu, An­to­nio Del­to­ro and Guy Gof­fet­te).
The Fe­sti­val is sup­por­ted by Ser­bian Mi­ni­stry of Cul­tu­re, Da­nish Arts Fo­un­da­ti­on’s Com­mit­tee for Li­te­rary Pro­ject Fun­ding, the De­part­ment of Cul­tu­re of Pro­vin­ce of Voj­vo­di­na and No­vi Sad City Co­un­cil.


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