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The Mexicans, the exhibition of the comic book Die Mexicaner by Zoran Smiljanić and Marijan Pušavec (originally published by UMco), supported by the Slovenian Culture and Information Centre, Vienna (SKICA),
at the Nextcomic Festival
The Slovenian Literary Week, including the presentation of the German translation of the comic book Die Mexicaner by Zoran Smiljanić and Marijan Pušavec (UMco); the presentation of the book about Alma M. Karlin, accompanied by a discussion with biographer Jerneja Jezernik and translator Amalija Maček and a photo showing; the presentation of the German translation of Jernej der Knecht und sein Recht by Žiga X Kosmač and Igor Šinkovec; the presentation of the children's book by Manica Musil; literary readings with Gabriela Babnik, Lidija Dimkovska, Florjan Lipuš, Brane Mozetič, Meta Osredkar, and Goran Vojnović and minority authors Marko Kravos and Jani Oswald; and the screening of Amir Muratović's film Ivan Cankar in Vienna, organised and supported by the Slovenian Book Agency and the Slovenian Culture and Information Centre, Vienna (SKICA) (Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Vienna),
at the Buch Wien Book Fair
Austria Vienna Literaturhaus Wien
Weltreisende trifft Mexikaner – Graphic Novels aus Slowenien, an exhibition of the comic books Alma M. Karlin: Svetovljanka iz province (Stripburger) and Meksikajnarji (UMco) and a talk with authors Jakob Klemenčič, Zoran Smiljanić and Marijan Pušavec, organised by the Slovenian Book Agency and supported by the Slovenian Culture and Information Centre, Vienna (SKICA), Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Vienna,
Over time, the publishing house shifted from publishing books on film to a more diverse book programme. Since 2007, UMco is active in the field of publishing psychological literature, with the collection called Preobrazba (Transformation). Since 2011, they publish a collection of socially topical books called Angažirano (Engaged). They also publish journalistic essays and popular science books.
In 2015, Bukla Magazine received special recognition from the Slovene Book Fair for connecting all the links of communicating the circle of bookselling and promoting in Slovenia and the IBBY award for contributing to the promotion of quality youth literature on the Slovenian book market.