Beogradski sajam knjiga

26. October 2009 - 1. November 2009
Frankfurt, Pariz i Beograd su najveća mesta susretanja izdavača u Evropi. Ovo je najveći festival literature i najmasovniji kulturni događaj u Srbiji.

54.Beogradski sajam knjiga održan je u periodu od 26. oktobra do 1. novembra 2009. Osim Grčke, koja je bila počasni gost ovogodišnjeg sajma, svoju delatnost su predstavili domaći izdavači ali i dvanaest stranih izdavača.

Stánok s novými vydaniami v jazykoch národnostných menšín vo Vojvodine
Foto: Andrej Meleg

Sa svojim izdanjima su se tradicionalno predstavila i izdavaštva na jezicima nacionalnih manjina. Na štandu Pokrajinskog sekretarijata za kulturu održana je prezentacija nekoliko novih naslova. Slovački izdavački centar se ove godine predstavio sa šesnaest novih knjižnih izdanja.

Vladimír Valentík, riaditeľ Slovenského vydavateľského centra s knižnými vydaniami v roku 2009
Foto: Andrej Meleg

U knjizi Antologija slovačke vojvođanske postmodernističke proze, čiji urednik Adam Svetljik navodi dela Vjere Benkove, Vićazoslava Hronca, Miroslava Demaka, Zlatka Benke, Jaroslava Supeka, Zoroslava Spevaka, Miše Smišeka, Samuela Čelovskog, Jana Salčaka, Ladislava Čanjija i Miroslava Šipickog.

Postmoderna se u slovačkoj vojvođanskoj prozi pojavljuje još u 70. godinama i to kroz stvaralaštvo Vićazoslava Hronca. Postmodernistička proza je kod nas, ali i u Slovačkoj bila zapažena i pisana i pod uticajem Hroncovog uredničkog koncepta Novog života u 80. godinama, gde je osim domaćih objavljivao i prevode stranih postmodernističkih autora.

 

Anamarija Boldocki Grbić

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