The Center for Drama Arts (CDA) T-HOUSE / Skopje (Macedonia), Nevid Teatar / Banja Luka (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and the Qendra Multimedia / Pristina (Kosovo) are pleased to announce an open call for literary submissions


Download Application Formular here


The call is open for young writers and artists (between the ages of 18 and 35) from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia (alsocitizens from these countries living abroad) and Germany. All applications arriving until July 15, 2012 will be accepted and surveyed by an independent jury. The winners will be announced byJuly 23, 2012. All applicants will be informed of their approvalor decline by mail. If you are interested in taking part in the project TITO WAS NOT HERE, please send a literary text dealing with the theme of the project, a completed application form (see attachment), a short biography and a photo of yourself by July 15, 2012.


The genre of the literary text can be chosen by the writer (drama, prose, poetry and others). The text should be no longer than 8 pages (characters in 12pt). Texts may only be submitted in the following languages: Albanian, Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian, German, Macedonian, Slovenian. Please take into consideration that texts with an innovative approach in content and style are greatly welcomed.


We ask you to submit all other documents in English. Submissions can only be made online by sending the literary text and all necessary application documents (please convert all documents in one PDF file except for the photo) to:

The successful applicants will be invited for the performance weekend in September 2012 and receive travel costs and free accommodation in Bosnia and Herzegovina (place tba).

For further information please contact us:


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