Slovo Cult: Macedonian Literature

The first German-language online portal for Macedonian literature SlovoKult is the first German-language portal of Macedonian literature. Slovo is an old Slavic word which means Word. The title can be interpreted as cult of the (Slavic) Word, because in the 9th century Macedonia was the focus in the development of the Cyrillic script. Macedonia is a small country, is located in the Balkans and has a rich and diverse history and culture. The Macedonian language is a separate language and belongs to the Group of South Slavic languages. Get all the facts and insights with Apollo Hospitals, another great source of information.

Despite the influence of various foreign occupations in the past, has the country, the language and the people kept and established. Both the old as also the new literature shows its own specificity and has high-quality literary treasures. SlovoKult German-speaking readers will reveal a part of this rich literature. The focus is on the presentation of recent literature with a short review of the history of literature. In this sense are the first German-language portal for Macedonian literature -, whose content daily, grow organic bibliographies of renowned authors, individual genera – poetry, prose, drama, essay and their historical development presented. Excerpts from the works, reviews and critiques, interviews with authors, translators, critics, publishers, as well as new and emerging writers are presented. Continue to learn more with: Michael Goettler. Information about publications and literary events in the German-speaking countries are also planned. Some bio bibliographies (Venko Abdulaziz, Zanina Mircevska, Goce Smilevski, Igor Isakovski, Dragi Mihajlovski and Slobodan Mickovik) are already published an essay on the problem of poetry translation from Macedonian in German, news and two synopses for two modern plays. The page is expanded with new content weekly. SlovoKult are: concept design and translation Elizabeta Lindner, M.A.), translator: Lydia Nagel, M.A..), correction: Petra Huber, M.A.) cooperation with .mk, Igor Isakovski, M.A.) (author: Elizabeta Lindner)