Members of the Nin jury, consisting of: Marija Nenezić, Branko Kukić, Ivan Milenković, Marjan Čakarević and Teofil Pančić, shortlisted 17 novels for this prestigious award, and the winner will be announced on January 24, at noon. It will be 68 laureates so far.
Among the competitors are Milica Vuckovic and the novel “Death of Athletic Injuries” (Noise), Bosko Tomasevic with the book “Landscape through which I break through” (Pressing), Ilija Djurovic with the novel “Sampas” (Third Square / Silver Tree), Elvedin Nezirovic author novel “What you can’t talk about” (Laguna), Milena Markovic with the novel “Children” (LOM), Milica Sniva and the work “Symptoms” (Partisan book), Nebojsa Milenkovic with the book “Perfect anti-talent for happiness” ), Vladimir Kopicl and “Spanish Boot” (Laguna), Nenad Rackovic and “Slime and Bile” (Laguna), Branko Curcic and “Out of Darkness” (Literary Workshop Rasic), Srdjan V. Tešin “Mokrinske hronike” (Archipelago), Bojan Babić and “Kako se jede nar” (Partisan Book), David Albahari and “Pogovor” (Magic Book), Nina Savčić and “U lancima” (Archipelago), Laslo Blašković and Carinska street in Novi Sad ”(Archipelago), Aleksandar Novačić and“ Who killed Gogol ”(Logos), Siniša Tucić“ Popino prase ”(Zenit books).
On the other hand, the jury for the awarding of the newly established literary prize “Belgrade Winner” (Dr. Predrag Petrovic, Dr. Sladjana Ilic, Dr. Natasa Andjelkovic, Dr. Petar Pijanovic and Dr. Vesna Trijic)
yesterday, he shortlisted 15 novels that met the conditions of the competition. Among them were: “Loop” by Dejan Aleksić, “Life from an Ambush” by Anđelko Anušić, “Bicycle Permit” by Jovica Aćin, “Omama” by Slobodan Vladušić, “Opsena” by Gavro Vlaškalin, “Deadly Outcome of Athletic Injuries” by Milica Vucković, ” Twenty-fifth Hour ”by Aleksandra Gatalica. In the race for this award are “Sky so deep” by Vesna Kapor, “Attachment” by Drago Kekanovic, “Children” by Milena Markovic, “There is no sex in Queens” by Natasa Milovic, “Florence doublet” by Ivan Nesic and Goran Skrobonja, “Exaltation” by Darko Tuševljaković, “Night Screening” by Oto Horvat and “Without” by Bora Ćosić.
The name of the winner of the Nin Award will be announced on January 24, and the decision on the winner of the “Belgrade Winner” will be announced on January 28, the day when the “Belgrade Quadrille” (later known as “Serbian Quadrille”) was first performed in Vienna in 1846. composer Johann Strauss the Younger, which he composed on the orders of Prince Miloš Obrenović.