Croatia

Tea Tulić was born in Rijeka in 1978. She createss in the Catapult association. Her prose was published in literary magazines and performed at literary festivals. She won the Prozak award in 2010, awarded by the Zarez magazine and publishing house Algorithm for best prose manuscript for authors up to 35 years. As a part of this award she published a fragmentary novel debut “Hair Everywhere.” Magazine Vijesnik ranked it in the top five works of prose in 2011, and jury of Jutarnji list magazine in the semifinals of the award. Croatian Ministry of Culture rewarded this novel as one of the top ten in the 2011. She was the first scholar in residence at Belgrade, where her novel was published by publishing house LOM.

she is member of informal literary assosiation from Rijeka – RiLit, where she is active in promotion of the young literary scene in Rijeka.

Interview for Novi List:

http://www.novilist.hr/Kultura/Knjizevnost/Tea-Tulic-Pisati-o-ljubavi-je-izazov

Interview for Kupek:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AN9zWGJsfnc

Writing on blog K.R.O.K.O.D.I.L. tijekom rezidencijalnog boravka u Beogradu:

http://kucazapisce.krokodil.rs/category/teatulic/

Critical review at Quorum magazine:

http://www.kriticnamasa.com/item.php?id=141

Critical review at website E- novine:

http://www.e-novine.com/kultura/kultura-knjige/60590-Zmija-stomaku.html


Critic-writer

Marko Pogačar was born in 1984. in Split, Yugoslavia. He is an editor of Quorum, a literary magazine, and Zarez, a bi-weekly for cultural and social issues. His publications include four poetry collections, two books of essays and a short story collection. He was a fellow of, among others, Civitella Ranieri, Passa Porta, Milo Dor, Brandenburger Tor, Internationales Haus der Autoren Graz and Récollets-Paris fellowships. His texts appeared in more than twenty languages.

http://www.kriticnamasa.com/autor.php?id=15

http://lyrikline.org/index.php?id=162&author=mp03&show=Bio&cHash=649ba3447c