Goga Publishing House

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Založba Goga
http://www.goga.si/
goga@goga.si
Glavni trg 6, SI-8000 Novo mesto
Phone386 (0) 7 393 0801
Fax386 (0) 7 393 0800
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RegionSI-8
Founded byNovo mesto Student Association
Mitja Ličen, Director
mitja.licen@goga.si
Phone386 (0) 7 393 0813
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Vesna Kelbl, Bookshop Head and Public Events
vesna.kelbl@goga.si
Phone386 (0) 7 393 0802
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Eva Vrbnjak, Editor
eva.vrbnjak@goga.si
Phone386 (0) 7 393 0813
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Staša Mlakar, Administration
stasa.mlakar@goga.si
Phone386 (0) 7 393 0811
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Past Events
  • 13 May to 14 May 2016
    Authors Sebastijan Pregelj, Agata Tomažič (Goga Publishing House) and Tanja Tuma at the 22nd international book fair and literary festival Book World Prague at Palace of Industry in Prague, Czech Republic programme
  • 5 December to 6 December 2014
    A literary evening with Vinko Möderndorfer and Sebastijan Pregelj and concerts by Vlado Kreslin in the framework of the Festival World Days of the Slovenian Language, organised the Centre for Slovene as a Second/Foreign Language, Goga Publishing House and the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Moscow, at M. I. Rudomino All-Russian State Library for Foreign Literature and ArteFAQ Club in Moscow, Russia programme
  • 15 May to 17 May 2014
    Authors Slavko Pregl, Peter Rezman, Dušan Šarotar, and Maja Gal Štromar at the Book World Prague 2014, co-organised by Goga Publishing House, and supported by the Slovenian Book Agency and the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Prague, at Prague Exhibition Grounds in Prague, Czech Republic programme
  • 16 November 2013
    A literary evening with Slovene authors Goran Vojnović, Dijana Matković, and Maja Gal Štromar, organised by Goga Publishing House, at Atelje Figure in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina programme
  • 8 November to 10 November 2013
    Slovene authors Lucija Stupica, Marko Sosič, and Dušan Šarotar touring Georgia, organised by Goga Publishing House, at Book City bookshop, Siesta Publishing House in Tbilisi, Georgia programme
  • 7 October 2011
    Tadej Golob, Peter Rezman and Damijan Šinigoj present their prose, moderated by Ahmed Burić, co-organised by Goga Publishing House at Art Kino Kriterion in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina programme
  • 19 November 2010
    Evening of Slovene contemporary poetry presenting Slovene poets of younger gereration: Stanka Hrastelj, Barbara Pogačnik and Slavica Šavli, organised by Udruga KURS, Split, and Goga Publishing House, Novo mesto at at Književni krug Split in Split, Croatia programme



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Goga Publishing House was established in December 1998 by the Students' Society of Novo Mesto (DNŠ) and it published its first book in January 2000. Goga is involved in a wide spectrum of activities, from publishing Slovene and foreign works, music CDs, and journals to organising different cultural events and literary workshops. In 2000 it opened the Goga Bookshop, a popular venue for musical, cultural, literary, and other events in Novo mesto.

Goga is also a part of HALMA, a unique network of European literary institutions which helps to connect European cultural and literary scenes through exchanges and residencies of European writers, translators, and literary promoters.


Publishing programme

Goga's literature publishing programme aims to give new perspectives on local literature, as well as on work in translation. Goga is interested in first-class literature related to current topics. The first publication in line was the Anton Podbevšek 100 Supernatural Years, a book on a Slovene avant-garde poet and a participant of the Novo Mesto Spring [Novomeška pomlad] movement in the 1920s that marked the beginning of Slovene modernism.

Since 2003 Goga Publishing House has published the Anagoga edition, which features monograph publications (e.g. Latin Literature by Pierre Grimal). Edition Lunapark established in 2007 specialises in children's and youth literature.

Rast, a quarterly review for literature, culture and social issues, is published by Goga in collaboration with the Municipality of Novo mesto.

Goga also publishes audio CDs in its music collection GOGA Musica. Since its first CDs (Novo mesto 77-97 and Žabjak trio) numerous jazz, ethno, folk, and other genres followed.


International collaboration

Goga Publishing House is one of 26 literary institutions in 21 European countries active in the HALMA network. In cooperation with Hostel Situla in Novo mesto, which is one of two Slovene houses in the HALMA network of European literary institutions (the second being the apartment of the Slovene Writers’ Association), Goga aims to not only provide but also to revitalise the town's old city centre. Goga also organises the exchange of Slovene authors to other residencies across Europe.

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