- Sunday, May 27, 2018 12:33 PM
Skopje, 27 May 2018 (MIA) - The 6th International Literature Festival “PRO-ZA Balkan” will kick off Sunday evening in Skopje.
Five writers and their literary work will be presented to the audience. The famous Serbian writer Svetislav Basara, who is the winner of festival’s “Prozart” award for his contribution towards the development of the literature on the Balkans, will not be able to attend the festival due to health reasons.
The works of Robert Perisic (Croatia), Frosina Parmakovska (Macedonia), Lejla Kalamujic (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Ayfer Tunc (Turkey) and Jurij Hudolin (Slovenia) will be presented by Macedonian writers Aleksandar Prokopiev, Ermis Lafazanovski and Vladimir Jankovski.
Festival will be opened by Director Dejan Trajkoski and Ana Jovkovska will be the moderator.
Closing festival ceremony and presentation of the “Prozart” award will be held on May 29 when writers will read excerpts from their works.
The event is financially supported by the Ministry of Culture, TRADUKI, the EU Delegation, the embassies of Slovenia and Croatia and Slovenian Book Agency. sk/12:30
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