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To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee’s classic story of racism in the southern states of the US, which has sold more than 40m copies since it was first published in 1960, is to be turned into a graphic novel.
The fifth International Literary Festival Pro-Za Balkan was closed Tuesday evening with the award giving ceremony to this year's winner, Croatian writer Miljenko Jergovic, at the Daut Pasha Hamam.
Croatian writer Miljenko Jergovic will receive the award of the Pro-za Balkans international literary festival, which takes place on Tuesday evening at the Daut Pasha Amam.
The Croatian writer Miljenko Jergovik will be the fifth winner of the award for literary contribution to the development of literature in the Balkans – “Prozart”, he will receive this award from the International literary festival “Pro-za Balkan”.
Renown publishes from France, Serbia and United Arab Emirates- guests at this years “Skopje fellowship”
A panel discussion marking the 25th anniversary of the signing of the first cooperation agreement between the Union of the Bulgarian Writers and Macedonian Writers’ Association will be held Friday in Sofia
Ten Macedonian poets and writers will participate at the jubilee 10th edition of Macedonian Literary Visit which will be held from May 1113 in Sofia, Bulgaria.
The American Corner has officially opened at a new location in Skopje (Goce Delcev Street, 14).
Croatian poet Goran Colakhodzic is this year's laureate of the Struga Poetry Evenings (SPE) and UNESCO award "Struga Bridges" for best debut book.
Skopje-based National and University Library St Clement of Ohrid observed Monday the World Book and Copyright Day 2017 - 23 April.
Skopje-based National and University Library St Clement of Ohrid will celebrate Monday the World Book and Copyright Day 2017.
World Book and Copyright Day for the first time ever is marked Sunday in a village, namely in the village of Babino, Demir Hisar in southwestern Macedonia.
The Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts (MANU) is hosting Thursday and Friday an academic conference entitled "The Bible and Literature.
Ilinden municipality holds literary event Ilinden 2017 on April 18-22.
On Thursday evening, in Daut-Pasin Amam gallery, Davor Stojanovski received the “Novel of the Year” for 2016 award, for his book “Collectors of Ashes”, published by Ili-Ili.
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