This month Wednesday Culture Club (WCC) will be hosting Dejan Tiago Stanković, the famous Belgrade and Lisbon writer. Interview will take place on May 3rd, at six o’clock in the afternoon, in the gala “Red” auditorium, on the 4th floor.
We invite all our in and outpatients, as well as employees of the Institute to come and enjoy in the interview with the eminent writer and literary translator.
Dejan Tiago Stanković was boron in 1965., in Belgrade. As soon as he had finished the studies of archietecture, in 1991, he moved to London, and thereafter to Lisbon. In Lisbon he lives, translate and write, in his native language and in Portuguese.
In addition to fiction writing, he writes creative non-fiction for a number of Serbian, Croatian, Portuguese and Brazilian print media.
He has translated into Serbian many of literary works by famous Portuguese authors like Saramago, Pires, Pessoa, Duvivier. And, he has translated into Portuguese works of famous Serbian writers like Andric, Crnjanski, Kovacevic and Mihailovic.
He has published several literary works including the famous „Where I was from I am not any longer and other Lisbon stories“ and „Estoril, war novel“ for which he was awarded by the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts with award Branko Copic.
Outpatients are required to leave their health card at the counter and to specify that they are going to the Wednesday Culture Club.
More about the WCC and this year’s program can be viewed at the link here.