On July, 8 the discussion on the topic «The Giedroyc Award: is There a Strategy?» took place in «ŁohvinaŬ» (Logvinau publishing house) bookshop in Minsk. Did the years of the award’s existence lead to enhancing of the presence of the Belarusian literature in the book market? Why, then, did the largest literary prize go unnoticed by mass media and received no due resonance? Can we name as a cause of such neglect only those conditions in which independent literature has to survive in our country?

The book «PARTISAN. Kultur_Macht_Belarus» is published in Germany

The special book«PARTISAN. Kultur_Macht_Belarus» («PARTISAN. Culture_Makes_Belarus») written by Artur Klinau is published in the German publishing edition.fotoTAPETA (Berlin). The topic of the book is the activity of «pARTisan» project as a strategy of cultural resistance

‘Belarusian literature is too closed on itself’

On 3 February the bookstore ‘Lohvina’Ў’ (Minsk) celebrates its 3-years old. pARTisan also send our’s greetings and wishes long fruitful and inspired working years.

Fyodar Had a Little Bear

Russian poet Nikolay Nekrasov reportedly said of Dostoevsky’s first novel Poor People, ‘A good novel, but you write not like a Russian’. ‘Why do you only say I am not like a Russian?’, Dostoevsky blurted out.

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