Creative Europe Serbia invites you to an online info session

Creative Europe Serbia invites you to an online info session where the current competition “Circulation of European Literary Works” will be presented.

Desk Creative Europe Serbia invites publishers, translators, organizations and individuals who are active in the literature and publishing sector to an online information session where the open call “Circulation of European Literary Works 2024” will be presented.

The session will be held on March 18, 2024 at 11 a.m. via the Zoom application.

The competition and opportunities for funding through the Creative Europe program will be presented by Bojan Milosavljević, project manager of the Creative Europe Serbia Desk, who will explain all the details related to the application process, the objectives and priorities of the Call, the time frame according to the stages of the Call, as well as the results from previous years. .

Ljubica Pupezin, chief and responsible editor and founder of the publishing house “Štrik”, will share her experiences with applying to this Call, and Ksenija Vlatković will speak at the session on behalf of the Association of Translators of Serbia, who will present the new online database of translators created by the Association with the support of Deska Kreativna. Europe Serbia.

Registration for the online info session is mandatory, via a form, and is open until March 14 at 11 a.m. After registration, a link to attend the info session will be sent to all interested parties.

About the call

The open call for project proposals “Circulation of European Literary Works 2024” within the Creative Europe program supports projects that translate, publish, distribute and promote literary works of fiction.

The priorities of the call are support for the translation, publication and promotion of fiction written in less widespread languages ​​to increase distribution in markets in Europe and beyond; contribution to strengthening the competitiveness of the literature sector; encouraging cooperation between different actors, especially booksellers and libraries; promotion and preservation of the literary translation profession, including the principles of good working conditions and fair compensation.

The call is open until April 16, 2024.