Ulysses' Shelter: building writers-in-residence network

organizes literary residences for young writers, translators and editors. The project will begin at the end of 2018 at three locations - in Ljubljana, Larissa and in Pomena on the island of Mljet, organized by Sandorf publishing house from Zagreb, in partnership with Slovenian Writers' Society (DSP) from Ljubljana and publishing house Thraka from Larissa. Each resident will spend three weeks on each location from December 2018 to October 2019, and the idea of the project is to gradually extend the network of partners to other European countries in the future and to bring together artists from around the world and expose the creative potential of various European locations.
Tovar.hr is the main means of informing about the Ulysses' Shelter project - about the residents, their work, and events within the project (readings, workshops, conferences and social events with residents).

Announcing the names of Serbian Ulysses' Shelter residents for 2020

Meet the Serbian writers who have been chosen to participate in the 2020 residency programme as a part of the Ulysses' Shelter 2 project, whose objective is to build a network of exchange literary residencies for young prose and/or poetry writers and literary translators.

 

Danilo Lučić was born in Belgrade in 1984. He graduated in Serbian Literature and Language from the Faculty of Philology in Belgrade, where he also received MA. He has published two collections of poems: Notes on Soft Tissue (2013) and Shrapnels (2017). He writes articles and essays for several regional print and online publications. He was one of the organizers of the ARGH! poetry evenings, as well as an editor at Kontrast Publishing House. He lives and works in Belgrade.

Maša Seničić (1990) is a poet, a scriptwriter, and a journalist. She graduated at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade (bachelor and MA degree) and she is currently pursuing both theoretical and artistic research in film and media theory as a PhD student (FDA, Belgrade). 

Seničić has collaborated on various local and international projects, primarily in film (as an author and contributor), but also in theater and on the radio. In 2015 Seničić won the Mladi Dis prize for the unpublished manuscript of her first poetry book entitled “The Ocean” (“Okean”), whereas her literary work has been published in numerous regional magazines (Poezija, Polja, Letopis Matice srpske, Zent, Prosvjeta, Dometi) and anthologies (Rukopisi, Dostojno jest, Ovo nije dom, Čiji grad?) and online magazines (Agon, Eckermann, Libela, Strane, Kritična masa…). Her second poetry book “As Occasional as a Vacation Home” (“Povremena poput vikend-naselja”) has been awarded at the “Trgni se! Poezija!” [“Snap Out! Poetry!] festival, and was published by Treći Trg in 2019. She has taken part in different international projects and interdisciplinary workshops (some of them are Kenneth Goldsmith’s “Wasting Time on the Internet” and Jaka Železnikar’s “The Smell of Internet Poetry”). She is now working on a few independent publications which explore the boundaries of both printed and digital text and material.

Maša Seničić currently works at the Faculty as a research assistant (Film History, Film Theory) and as a content creator, a writer, a journalist, editor-in-chief of online magazine Before/After and culture editor of MILICA magazine.

Nataša Srdić (née Miljković) was born in Smederevo, Serbia, in 1984. She graduated from the Department of English Language and Literature, Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade, where she also defended her doctoral dissertation Scientific and Artistic Truth in John Banville’s Fiction. She is a literary translator from Serbian into English and vice versa. So far, she has translated more than a dozen books. She also runs literary translation workshops in Belgrade. She lives in Kikinda, Serbia, with her husband and daughter. 


IMPRESSUM

 

Sandorf - publishing house founded in 2008, engaged in Croatian literature and literature in translation, and in a wide range of books in humanities.

 

Center for Research and Promotion of Urban Culture (CIP) is a non-profit association that has existed for twenty years. Established in 1998, it operates in the areas of culture and art, urbanism, youth mobility and social dialogue.

 

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