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PROGRAMME

 

TH EIGHTH INTERNATIONAL NOVI SAD LITERATURE FESTIVAL

26 - 29 August 2013

 

Monday, 26th August , 

 

6,00 pm 

Club Absolut in Zmaj Jovina street

Laure Cambau (France) and Michael Kruger (Germany)

 

7,30 pm

BALCONY IN ZMAJ JOVINA STREET

Jan Wagner (Germany), Bratislav Milanovic (Serbia) 

 

9.00 pm, Trg mladenaca

Opening

Michael Kruger (Germany), Ioan Es. Pop (Romania), Laure Cambau ( France), Bratislav Milanovic (Serbia), A B Jackson (Scotland), Thomas Krogsbol (Denmark), Victor Rodriguez Nunez (Cuba) 

 

Tuesday, 27th August

10,00 am

Cinema Arena

Bus departure to Sremski Karlovci

12.00 am

Town Hall Sremski Karlovci

Awarding the best young poet in Serbia Anja Markovic – Brankova nagrada (Branko’s Award), 

53. time. Brankova nagrada is the most important poetry prize in Serbia for young poets. The ceremony is supported by the municipality of Sremski Karlovci. 

Guest of the Programme: winner of Literary award Novi Sad Mircea Cartarescu

6.00 pm

Serbian Academy of Sciencies and Arts, Pasiceva 4 

Contemporary Romanian poetry in focus

Mircea Cartarescu, Ioan Es. Pop, Ion Muresan, Dan Coman, Dan Sociu, Radu Vancu 

About the Antolgy speak: Cornel Ungureanu, literary critic, and Slavomir Gvozdenovic, editor and translator 

Poetry in Serbian is read by Emil Kurcinak, actor from Youth theatre

Simultaneous translation provided 

The Program Contemporary Romanian poetry is realized in cooperation with Romanian Writers’ Association

9.00 pm 

Trg Mladenaca

Alain Lance (France), Zoran Bognar (Serbia), Radu Vancu (Romania), Wojciech Chmielewski (Poland), Dan Sociu (Romania), Milovan Marcetic (Serbia), Anja Markovic, Winner of the Branko’s Award 

 

Wednesday, 28th August

10.00 am – 1.00 pm, 3.30 pm – 6.00 pm 

City Library of Novi Sad, Dunavska 1

Symposium 

Literature of resistance – authonomy, 

subversion, irony 

Alpar Losonc, Dragan Prole, Vladimir Gvozden, Zoran Deric, Draginja Ramadanski, Dusan Pajin, Kornelija Farago, Bogdan Kosanovic, Damir Smiljanic, Nikola Strajnic, Stevan Bradic, Savic

Trg Mladenaca

8,30 pm

Jan Wagner (Germany), Ion Muresan (Romania), Ana Terek (Serbia), Yuri Bukovsky (Russia), 

Dan Coman (Romania)

10,00 pm

International Literary Award of Novi Sad. 

Winner of award Mircea Cartarescu

 

Thursday, 29th August

10,00 am

Cinema Arena

Bus departure to Fruska gora, 

a visit to monasteries 

 

6,00 pm 

Club Absolut, Zmaj Jovina street

Alain Lance (France) and Thomas Krogsbol (Denmark)

7,30 pm

BALCONY ABSOLUT IN ZMAJ JOVINA STREET

David Crystal (England), Victor Rodriguez Nunez (Cuba) 

9.00 pm 

Trg Mladenaca

David Crystal (England), Jaroslav Reznik (Slovakia), Nikolai Butenko (Russia), Jasna Melvinger (Serbia), Selimir Radulovic (Serbia), Jasz Attila (Hungary) 

In the case of rain,the programs on Trg mladenaca will be held in the Hall of Studio M, 

Ignjata Pavlasa 3

 

 

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Monday, 24th August 

Trg mladenaca
9.00 pm,
Opening
Svetlana Bodrunova  (Russia),  Hans-Michael Speier (Germany), Annemete Kure Andersen (Denmark), Nebojsa Devetak, Karsten Alnes (Norway), Cserna-Szabo Andras (Hungary),  Csehy Zoltán, (Slovakia), Milisav Savic

 



Tuesday, 25th August


9.30 am
Beogradski kej
Cruising the Danube to Sremski Karlovci

12.00 am
Town Hall Sremski Karlovci
Awarding the best young poet in Serbian Brankova nagrada (Branko’s Award).  Brankova nagrada is the most important poetry prize in Serbia for young poets. The ceremony is supported by the municipality of Sremski Karlovci. Guest of the Programme: Sean O'Brien (England)

5.30 pm
City Library, Dunavska 1
Contemporary Hungarian Literature
Cserna-Szabo Andras, Csehy Zoltán, Marno Janos,  Józsa Márta

9.00 pm
Trg Mladenaca
Jean Portante (Luxembourg), Ivan Strpka (Slovakia), Adrian Popesku (Romania), Stevan Tontic (BIH), Marno Janos (Hungary), Duško Novaković, Józsa Márta  (Hungary),  Slave Georgiev (Bulgaria), Maja Solar -  Winner of the Branko’s Award

 


Wednesday, 26th August

10.00 am – 1.00 pm & 3.30 pm – 6.00 pm
Association of Writers of Vojvodina
Symposium: Literature and Identities: global and local
Dusan Pajin, Zarko Trebjesanin, Zoran Djeric, Janos Banjai, Vladimir Tasic, Dragan Prole, Damir Smiljanic, Milena Vladic, Vladimir Gvozden, Kornelija Farago, Novica Milic, Jasmina Radojcic, Bojan Jovanovic, Ivan Milenkovic, Alpar Losonc (moderator).

9.00 pm
Trg Mladenaca
International Literary Award of Novi Sad – Sean O'Brien (England)

11,00 pm
Café Bistro
Poetry competition for slam champion of Serbia – semi- final
Guest of the Programme: Hans-Michael Speier (Germany)

 



Thursday, 27st August

12.00 pm
City Library
Contemporary Bulgarian Poetry
Ivan Gaberov, Slave Georgiev and Branko Ristic

4.00 pm
Café Oblomov
30 Minutes of Literature

9.00 pm
Trg Mladenaca
Marek Novakovski (Poland), Irina Mashinska (Russia),  Oleg Vulf (Russia), Slavko Almaan, Bosko Krstic, Ivan Gaberov (Bulgaria), Lovas Ildiko, Nedeljko Terzic, Wolfgang Ratz (Austria)

11,00 pm
Café Bistro
Poetry competition for slam champion of Serbia –final
Guest of the Programme: Jean Portante (Luxembourg)

 
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