This year's shortlisted novels include: Milenko Bodirogic "Through the Woods and the Mountains" ("Orfelin"), Slobodan Tisma "The Terror or …" ("The Magic Book"), Steva Grabovac "Mulat albino Mosquito" ("Imprimatur"), Ana Vuckovic "Yugoslavia" ("Partisan Book") and Sasa Ilic's "The Dog and the Double Bass" ("Orfelin").
Minister of Culture and Media Vladan Vukosavljevic will speak at the opening of the Fair on 1 May, while "Days of Serbia" and the stand of the Republic of Serbia will be officially opened on May 2, the government announced on Friday.
Books by Milos Crnjanski, Ivo Andric, Mesa Selimovic, Danilo Kis, Vuk Stefanovic Karadzic, Dositej Obradovic and others authors will be presented.
KRALJEVO - The National Library in Kraljevo, central Serbia, staged a performance titled "Book Therapy" on the occasion of International Day of the Book celebrated on April 23.
In a makeshift treatment room, Kraljevo's doctors prescribed books by Serbian and foreign authors as a therapy.
BELGRADE - The piece for soprano and piano titled "Trag" (Trace), composed by Ana Krstajic, has triumphed in the Ithaca Women's Works Young Composer Competition.
BELGRADE - An exhibition of the Legacy of Milos Crnjanski of the Serbian National Library opened at the Serbian Cultural Centre in Paris on Wednesday, before a large crowd, the library has stated.
The exhibition is the first one after the redecoration of the centre, whose library will bear the name of Milos Crnjanski, a famous Serbian and writer.
"Croatia wants to be a country where everyone has the opportunity to affirm their culture and tradition," Croatian President Ivo Josipovic said at Thursday's opening of the Serbian Cultural Centre in the town of Pula, on the tip of the Istrian peninsula.
"Croatia is ready to lend a hand to all people of goodwill, including friends from the Republic of Serbia," Josipovic said.