The 100 Slavic Novels collection is an international literary programme promoting contemporary Slavic literature written after the fall of the Berlin Wall. The collection represents a highly successful example of literary exchange among the Slavic cultures, establishing close ties among Slavic writers, translators and readers.

With a well thought-out selection of the twelve best novels from the participating countries – Belarus, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, the Russian Federation Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia –  it fills a literary gap in modern Slavic literature and breathes new life into the Slavic literary world
 

NOVELS BY COUNTRIES

 

 

Did you know?
Did you know that Polish writer and unique and independent fighter for equality of women Maria Konopnicka was very popular not only in Poland but also in other Slavic countries?
With Books around the Slavic World
We are happy to invite you, once again, to an exciting literary journey with our 100 Slavic Novels series. Here is the passage from Alexei Slapovsky’s First Second Coming. Come along!
To the Book Fair from Your Sofa
On this year's World Book Day, the Forum of Slavic Cultures is taking part in an online book fair. At the FAIR FROM YOUR SOFA we offer books from the 100 Slavic Novels series.
Reading in the Time of Corona
Even during the epidemic, our authors do not run out of inspiration, nor of sense of humor! We invite you to read the story by the Croatian writer Nada Gašić, who is also one of the authors of the 100 Slavic Novels series, entitled Just a Small, Small Peck.
New Title in the 100 Slavic Novels Collection
The 100 Slavic Novels collection is one title richer. Ervin and the Fools by Dalibor Cvitan was translated by Bogdan Gradišnik as the first novel translated into Slovenian from the Croatian list.