Gustav Murin Presents a Central Europe Literary Almanac
Ljubljana, 1 March - CULTURE/LITERATURE/ALMANAC/CENTRAL/EUROPE
A Slovak novelist and essayist Gustav Murin presented his book in Ljubljana entitled Central Europe Now!, an anthology of young writers' literature from nine central European countries including Albania, Austria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia, with the latter being represented by Andrej Blatnik (The Day Tito Died) and Lela B. Njatin (Why Do This Black Worms Fly...). Initiated by Murin at the Central and Eastern Europe writers' meeting in Pecs, Hungary, publication of the anthology was made possible by the Open Society Fund and the Slovak Centre of PEN International. The anthology is really an almanac bringing a selection of works by young authors presented at their meeting, which took place in December 1994 in Budmenice under the sponsorship of PEN International.
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