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Visegrad Literary Residency Program 2021 – Results!

The International Visegrad Fund has approved the list of literary residents for 2021 as part of the Visegrad Literary Residency Program. This initiative is addressed to writers, poets, essayists, critics, literary translators and journalists from the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary. This year, the program will enable 32 authors to implement their own literary projects in 4 Host Institutions in the selected period: May 1 – June 12, 2021 (spring edition) or September 1 to November 30, 2021 (autumn edition).

 

Spring Compact Edition (May 1 – June 12, 2021)

 

Czech Republic:

  • Martin Škabraha – Literarné informačné centrum in Bratislava (SK)
  • Štěpán Kučera – Petőfi Irodalmi Múzeum in Budapest (HU)
  • Ondřej Buddeus – Villa Decius Association in Krakow (PL)
  • Igor Malijevský – Institut umeni in Prague (CZ)

 

Poland:

  • Paweł Pieniążek – Literarné informačné centrum in Bratislava (SK)
  • Aleksander Kaczorowski – Institut umeni in Prague (CZ)
  • Marta Sapała – Villa Decius Association in Krakow (PL)
  • Sylwia Chutnik – Petőfi Irodalmi Múzeum in Budapest (HU)

 

Slovakia:

  • Peter Šulej – Institut umeni in Prague (CZ)
  • Pavel Rankov – Petőfi Irodalmi Múzeum in Budapest (HU)
  • Jana Bodnárová – Villa Decius Association in Krakow (PL)
  • Silvia Ruppeldtová – Literarné informačné centrum in Bratislava (SK)

 

Hungary:

  • Roland Orcsik – Literarné informačné centrum in Bratislava (SK)
  • Róbert Milbacher – Institut umeni in Prague (CZ)
  • Anna Mécs – Villa Decius Association in Krakow (PL)
  • Noémi Petneki – Petőfi Irodalmi Múzeum in Budapest (HU)

 

 

Standard Fall Edition (September 1 to November 30, 2021)

 

 Czech Republic:

  • Miloš Doležal – Literarné informačné centrum in Bratislava (SK)
  • Petr Láska – Petőfi Irodalmi Múzeum in Budapest (HU)
  • Pavel Brycz – Villa Decius Association in Krakow (PL)
  • Jan Němec – Institut umeni in Prague (CZ)

 

Poland:

  • Natalia Malek – Villa Decius Association in Krakow (PL)
  • Izabela Morska – Petőfi Irodalmi Múzeum in Budapest (HU)
  • Łukasz Kaźmierczak – Literary informačné centrum in Bratislava (SK)
  • Barbara Sadurska – Institut umeni in Prague (CZ)

 

Slovakia:

  • Jakub Juhás – Petőfi Irodalmi Múzeum in Budapest (HU)
  • Veronika Cosculluela – Villa Decius Association in Krakow (PL)
  • Michal Harpáň – Literarné informačné centrum in Bratislava (SK)
  • Tünde Mészáros – Institut umeni in Prague (CZ)

 

Hungary:

  • Krisztina Rita Keserűné Molnár – Villa Decius Association in Krakow (PL)
  • Judit Szaniszló – Institut umeni in Prague (CZ)
  • Orsolya Karafiáth – Literarné informačné centrum in Bratislava (SK)
  • László Garaczi – Petőfi Irodalmi Múzeum in Budapest (HU)

 

The full list of results is available on the website of the International Visegrad Fund.

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