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100 Slavic Novels

100 Slavic Novels collection is an international literary programme of promotion of contemporary Slavic literature written after the fall of the Berlin wall. 

It represents a highly successful example of literary exchange among the Slavic cultures, establishing close ties among the Slavic writers, translators and readers. With a well thought-out selection of ten novels, published after 1989, from each of the member countries that participate in the programme, it fills a literary gap of modern Slavic literature.

It brings a Slavic literary refreshment and very heterogeneous literary creations, from a self-ironizing confession to folklore tradition to serious historical topics and psychological crime stories. The 100 Slavic Novels collection generates a special interest in the readers that have been in some way influenced by the transitional period of the Slavic world.

An expert body of each participating Slavic country evaluated the artistic quality and chose its ten best and most representative authors of contemporary Slavic novel. The chosen novels are continuously translated into languages of and published by all the other participating countries. The collection takes pride in not only top modern Slavic authors, but also in great translations and beautiful print.

At the moment an active part in the programme is taken by the Slovenians, Serbs, Russian, Slovaks and Macedonians. An interest in the collection was also shown by the publishers from the West, as the Slavic literature is usually rather poorly represented in the western countries.

Novice programa

The Novel 2017 Soon Also in Slovenian

30. 05. 2017

In the end of summer 2017, the novel 2017 by Olga Slavnikova will be published by the Forum of Slavic…


FSC at the Days of Slavic Cultures in the Czech Republic

25. 05. 2017

In the framework of the 4th Days of Slavic Cultures in Moravian town Staré Město in the Czech Republic the…


FSC Marked the International Museum Day in Radlje ob Dravi

19. 05. 2017

The FSC marked this year’s International Museum Day with the inauguration of the 100 Slavic Novels Exhibition in the FSC…