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  Lazslo VEGEL (Végel László), prose writer and playwright, essayist and critic, was born in 1941 in Srbobran. He studied Hungarian language and literature at the University of Novi Sad and philosophy at the University of Belgrade. He was a journalist, working for the magazines Új...

  Ivana Sajko (Zagreb, 1975) is a Croatian playwright. She graduated at the Academy of Dramatic Art, University of Zagreb, Croatia, at the department of dramaturgy and received her MA at the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb. She received several awards for dramatic literature including three...

    Predrag Lucić was born on 12th February 1964 in Split, where he still has not died. His schooling was elementary, secondary and even higher. He got stuck in journalism, for which he never went to school, and he never will. He is one of the...

Bekim Sejranović was born in Brčko, in 1972. He finished the Naval school and he studied Croatistics in Rijeka. Since 1993, he lives in Oslo, where he finished the Faculty of History and Philosophy and received a magisterium in South Slavic literature. He edited and...

    Barbi Marković was born in Belgrade, Serbia in 1980. She studied German language and literature in Belgrade and Vienna. She works as translator, proofreader and editor. Her novel, Izlaženje, published in 2006, was conceived in a peculiar way. While translating the Thomas Bernhard novel Gehen...

  Balša Brković was born in Podgorica, Montenegro in 1966. He graduated from the Faculty of Philology in Belgrade, Serbia. So far, he published five volumes of poetry, Konji jedu breskve (1985), Filip boje srebra (1991), Rt Svete Marije (1993), Contrapposto (1998) and Dvojenje (2001), the...

            Andres Barba Muniz (Madrid, 1975) is a Spanish novelist, essayist, translator. His work has been translated into English, French, German, Bulgarian, Italian, Romanian, Serbian, Dutch, Greek and Arabic. He published twelve books, including three novels for children. He won literary awards Torrente Ballester, Anagram and...