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Literarno umetniško društvo Literatura (LUD Literatura)
http://www.ludliteratura.si
ludliteratura@yahoo.com
Erjavčeva 4, SI-1000 Ljubljana
Phone386 (0) 1 251 4369, 386 (0) 1 426 9760
Fax386 (0) 1 361 2862
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The LUD Literatura (LUD stands for Literary Artistic Association) was established in 1989 to publish the newly autonomous Literatura Magazine. In the following year the association also began publishing books.

Books

Collections published by the association since 1990 comprise: Novi pristopi [New Approaches], which features fresh contributions to Slovene literary theory and criticism, and philosophy of art; Prišleki[Newcomers], bringing together both aspiring and acclaimed Slovene poetry and fiction authors; Stopinje [Footsteps], affording space to foreign short fiction in translation; and Labirinti [Labyrinths] including translations of such literary theory, aesthetics, and philosophy of art classics as Jorge Luis Borges, Gilles Deleuze, Paul de Man, and Mikhail Bakhtin. The association has also published various short stories by Slovene authors, including Noč v Ljubljani [A Night in Ljubljana], a collection of stories that chronicle the historic event when James Joyce spent a night at the Ljubljana railway station.

Events

The Literatura Association also hosts an array of events and talks related to literature, creative writing and literary criticism workshops, and poetry slams. In 2009 the association held the competition "Dreamtigers" for previously unpublished poetry in collaboration with Radio Študent (RŠ).

On the occasion of the World Book Capital Ljubljana 2010 the association organised a radio playwriting workshop that took place from September 2010 to March 2011.

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