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Third-Person Dual
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The collection of poems Third-Person Dual, which was published at the end of 2017 by the Pivec Publishing House from Maribor, was partly produced in the Gaelic town An Fál Carrach in Donegal, Ireland, within the framework of the international residency program, Other Words, supported by the EU Creative Europe, Culture sub-programme, which is coordinated by the Basque partner Donostia Kultura, and the Slovenian partner of the program is the Association for Contemporary Art X-OP.

Petra Kolmančič

2018-08-17 10:47

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From Beside the Sound of Sleat
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From Beside the Sound of Sleat is a sequence of short pieces Rody Gorman wrote in Scottish Gaelic and English on an Other Words residency in Maribor in 2018.

Rody Gorman

2018-06-07 11:01

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The Age of Giants
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Colm Ó Ceallacháin has translated into English (The Age of Giants) the literary work that he produced during his creative stay in the Basque Country in the autumn of 2017, entitled RÉ NA bhFATHACH in the original Irish.

Colm Ó Ceallacháin

2018-03-26 16:54

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A (Basque) Hallucination
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A (Basque) hallucination is the translation into English of the literary piece that Eneko Aizpurua created for Other Words. Aizpurua carried out an eight-week residency in Leeuwarden, Friesland, in the autumn of 2017, where he was hosted by the Oare Wurden team.

Eneko Aizpurua

2018-03-20 10:08

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The Train to Monastir
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This is André Looijenga's description of the creation work that he did for Other Words in Bitola, Macedonia:

"My travel short story The Train to Monastir is based on my journey by train and bus between Budapest and Bitola in June 2016. I have intertwined my impressions of landscapes, cities and crossing borders and chance encounters with other travellers and local people with recollections of the history of the Balkans, especially to the last half century of Ottoman rule in Macedonia."

André Looijenga

2018-02-23 15:24

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