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Radar - new special issue 22.11.2022

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"Radar" is an international literary magazine published in German, Polish and Ukrainian, published at Villa Decius from 2010 to 2014. The idea behind "Radar" was to create a common space for dialogue for writers taking literary residencies at Villa Decius and other authors interested in understanding between Ukraine, Poland and Germany. Through the topics covered in its pages, "Radar" witnessed many historical events important for these countries, but also in a broader perspective for the whole of Europe. The magazine's innovative trilingual format was particularly aimed at presenting a tripartite perspective of experiences shared by Poles, Germans and Ukrainians.
The question accompanying the first issue of the literary magazine "Radar" was: "Is it possible to have one literature of three nations?" The creators of "Radar" in 2010 came out with the assumption that the literature of three neighboring nations essentially creates a coherent picture of reality. To date, 10 issues of "Radar" have been published, the magazine's literary texts were published by, among others: Ksenya Kharchenko, Serhiy Zhadan, Ursula Kiermeier, Igor Stokfiszewski, Birgit Bauer, Robert Ostaszewski, Malgorzata Buchalik, Iyryna Khadarenka, Natalia Sniadanko, Ostap Slyvynsky.

In the era of dynamically changing reality, growing divisions and events involving not only our closest neighbors, but also more broadly the whole of Europe, the world, Villa Decius Institute fo rCulture in cooperation with Villa Decius Association and with the financial support of Goethe Institut are preparing a special issue, returning to the ideas behind "Radar". 
The new special issue of the magazine will focus on the theme of home and time, and the change of these values in the perspective of time and the ongoing war on the continent. It is today more than ever that action is needed is building connections, discovering commonalities and solidarity between countries.
Authors known from previous issues and debut authors have been invited to collaborate on the new issue of the magazine. The new ”Radar” will feature essays, dramas, conversations and poems that will have the definition of home in their common denominator.
The latest issue of the magazine will be released in December this year.
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