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Zvon

Prešernova 23, SI-3000 Celje

Phone

386 (0) 3 490 1420

Fax

386 (0) 3 490 1422

Published by

Mohor's Society

Dr. Tanja Ozvatič, chief editor

Nazorjeva 1, SI-1000 Ljubljana

Phone

386 (0) 1 244 3670

Fax

386 (0) 1 244 3675







Zvon (Bell) Magazine is the oldest Slovene literary magazine, launched as early as 1870 by Josip Stritar in Vienna and now published bi-monthly by Mohor's Society in Celje. While staying true to the traditions of Celovški, Dunajski and Ljubljanski zvon magazines, it is open to innovation which fosters Slovene national and cultural identity.


The magazine focuses on literature, encompassing literary contributions both from renowned and up-and-coming writers, translations and reviews. In addition to literature, areas such as film, music, opera and performing arts also feature prominently. Social issues are examined through an assortment of essays, interviews, reports and comments. Although written in Slovenian, the magazine affords space to foreign authors as well.

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Zvon (Bell) Magazine is the oldest Slovene literary magazine, launched as early as 1870 by Josip Stritar in Vienna and now published bi-monthly by Mohor's Society in Celje. +
Zvon (Bell) Magazine is the oldest Slovene literary magazine, launched as early as 1870 by Josip Stritar in Vienna and now published bi-monthly by Mohor's Society in Celje. +
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SI-3000 +
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