Li Ang

Li Ang Li Ang (real name Shih Shu-tuan, born in 1952 in Lukang, Taiwan) is one of the most prolific and innovative writers in contemporary Chinese-language literature. After graduating in philosophy from the University of Chinese Culture in Taipei, she…

Stig Mass Andersen

Stig Mass Andersen

Stig Mass Andersen Stig Mass Andersen is a writer, musician and journalist. As he started his career as a songwriter, he tries to enrich his literary expression with musical undertones. Besides being the title of the book, Bipolar Superstar is…

Jelena Anđelovska

Jelena Anđelovska Jelena Anđelovska graduated in dramaturgy from the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad. She has so far published two poetry books and co-edited two poetry anthologies, Transporters (Forum Publishing Institute, Mračna komora, Novi Sad 2021) and Ovo nije…

Danijel Apro

Danijel Apro A journalist from Novi Sad. The author of the novels Telepathy and Gari and the short-story collection Reborneo. Awarded at the Nušićijada for the story “The Game of Spherical Shapes” and with Dositej’s Golden Quill for the travelogue…

Guillermo Arriaga

Guillermo Arriaga

Guillermo Arriaga Guillermo Arriaga (Mexico City, 1958) is a Mexican screenwriter and writer. He’s written four novels (The Guillotine Squad, A Sweet Scent of Death, Night Buffalo and The Savage) and a short-story collection (Retorno 201). Arriaga’s prose has been translated into…

Joanis Arvanitas / Jovan Nikolaidis

Jovan Nikolaidis

Joanis Arvanitas / Jovan Nikolaidis A writer, publisher, journalist, persistent in the affirmation of Montenegrin multiculturalism. He sees the Balkans as a zone of tolerance and peaceful co-existence. He’s the founder of the first newspaper in the Albanian language in…

Bernardo Atxaga

Bernardo Atxaga

Bernardo Atxaga Photo credit: Xabier Idoate Bernardo Atxaga (Asteasu, Basque Country, 1951) is considered to be a top representative of Basque prose. His first short-story collection Obabakoak (1988), more precisely, a hybrid form between a novel and a short-story collection,…

Christos Asteriou

Christos Asteriou

Christos Asteriou Photo credit: Zyranna Stoikou Christos Asteriou was born in Athens in 1971. He studied German and Modern Greek literature at the Universities of Athens, Würzburg and Berlin. He was the head of the German department at the European…

Bojan Babić

Bojan Babić

Bojan Babić Bojan Babić was born in 1977. So far he has written eight books, been awarded the Borislav Pekić Foundation Prize, participated in a few residential programmes for writers abroad, been short-listed for the NIN and some other prizes, had his…

Heinrich Boell

Heinrich Boell Heinrich Boell (1917 – 1985) is one of the most widely read and translated German writers of the second half of the 20th century. He won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1972, as well as many other…