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Results of selection for Visegrad Literary Residency Program 2015

The International Visegrad Fund has approved the Literary Residents for 2015. The Visegrad Literary Residency Program consists of a series of residency stays and literary events addressed to writers of fiction and non-fiction, poets, essayists, critics as well as literary translators, publicists and journalists from the Visegrad Countries (Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia). It is based on a partnership of 4 Host Institutions, one in each V4 country: Institut umeni (Arts Institute) in Prague, Petőfi Irodalmi Múzeum (Petőfi Literary Museum) in Budapest, Stowarzyszenie Willa Decjusza (Villa Decius Association) in Krakow and Literarné informačné centrum (Centre for Information on Literature) in Bratislava.

 

 

Compact Spring Edition (1st May – 12th June 2015)

 

Czech Republic:

 

1) Jaromír Typlt – Literarné informačné centrum in Bratislava (SK)

2) Dora Kapralova – Petőfi Irodalmi Múzeum in Budapest (HU)

3) Břetislav Ditrych – Villa Decius Association in Krakow (PL)

4) Ondřej Hložek – Institut umeni in Prague (CZ)

 

Poland:

 

1) Pawel Koziol – Literarné informačné centrum in Bratislava (SK)

2) Anna Herbut – Institut umeni in Prague (CZ)

3) Joanna Szczepanik – Villa Decius Association in Krakow (PL)

4) Miłosz Waligórski – Petőfi Irodalmi Múzeum in Budapest (HU)

 

Slovakia:

 

1) Eva Maliti – Institut umeni in Prague (CZ)

2) Peter Šulej – Literarné informačné centrum in Bratislava (SK)

3) Svetlana Žuchová – Petőfi Irodalmi Múzeum in Budapest (HU)

4) Marek Debnar – Villa Decius Association in Krakow (PL)

 

Hungary:

 

1) Krisztina Galgoczi – Villa Decius Association in Krakow (PL)

2) Gábor Mezei – Institut umeni in Prague (CZ)

3) Kinga Tóth – Literarné informačné centrum in Bratislava (SK)

4) Mark Baczoni – Petőfi Irodalmi Múzeum in Budapest (HU)

 

Regular Autumn Edition (1st September – 30th November 2015)

 

Czech Republic:

 

1) Jan Němec – Literarné informačné centrum in Bratislava (SK)

2) Marie Iljašenko – Petőfi Irodalmi Múzeum in Budapest (HU)

3) Ondřej Horák – Villa Decius Association in Krakow (PL)

4) Kamil Bouška – Institut umeni in Prague (CZ)

 

Poland:

 

1) Alejandro Pablo Genes – Villa Decius Association in Krakow (PL)

2) Kuba Wojtaszczyk – Petőfi Irodalmi Múzeum in Budapest (HU)

3) Lukasz Dlugowski – Literarné informačné centrum in Bratislava (SK)

4) Darek Foks – Institut umeni in Prague (CZ)

 

Slovakia:

 

1) Norbert György – Petőfi Irodalmi Múzeum in Budapest (HU)

2) Peter Michalik – Villa Decius Association in Krakow (PL)

3) Stanislava Repar – Literarné informačné centrum in Bratislava (SK)

4) Jana Bodnarova – Institut umeni in Prague (CZ)

 

Hungary:

 

1) Éva Cserháti – Villa Decius Association in Krakow (PL)

2) Katalin Szlukovényi – Institut umeni in Prague (CZ)

3) András Imreh – Literarné informačné centrum in Bratislava (SK)

4) Daniel Varro – Petőfi Irodalmi Múzeum in Budapest (HU)

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