Novel “Kontraendorfin” wins 67th NIN Award

Writer and columnist of Kurir daily, Svetislav Basara, is the 67th winner of the NIN award, the most important literary award in Serbia.

The NIN jury, consisting of Marija Nenezić, Branko Kukić, Ivan Milenković, Marjan Čakarević and Teofil Pančić, announced that Basara is the winner of the prestigious award for his novel “Kontraendorfin”.

This year, due to the epidemiological situation, the announcement of the winner of the most important literary award for a novel written in the Serbian language was held via the Zoom application.

The finalists were Vladan Matijević (for his book “Sloboda Govora” published by Laguna), Darko Cvijetić, (“Što na Podu Spavaš”, publisher: Književna Radionica Rašić), Enes Halilović (“Ljudi bez Grobova”, publisher Laguna), Savo Stijepović (“Prekrasne Ruševine, publisher: Dereta), Bojan Savić Ostojić (“Ništa nije Ničije”, publisher: Kontrast Izdavaštvo) and Ognjen Spahić (“Pod oba Sunca”, publisher: Kontrast Izdavaštvo).

(Kurir, 25.01.2021)

https://www.kurir.rs/zabava/pop-kultura/3611021/kolumnista-kurira-svetislav-basara-dobitnik-ninove-nagrade-nagradjen-za-roman-kontraendorfin

 

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