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Andraž Polič

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Ciaran O'Driscoll

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Fiona Sampson

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Francisco Larios

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Glorjana Veber

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Goran Č. Potočnik

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Gregor Podlogar

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Hiroshi Hasebe

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Iztok Osojnik

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Marta Podgórnik

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Pauliina Haasjoki

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Tatjana Jamnik

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Urška P. Černe

Literary association IA

The 12th Golden Boat Poetry Translation Workshop 2014

IN MEDIA

MUSIC & POETRY IMPROVISATIONS (Hiroshi Hasebe & Andraž Polič) at MySpace and YouTube

PROGRAM

Sunday, 24 August - arrivals
19:00 – Welcome dinner

Monday, 25  August
9:30 – Working session
13:00 – Lunch
15:00 – Public conference
19:00 – Dinner

Tuesday, 26  August
9:30 – Working session
13:00 – Lunch
15:00 – Excursion (Škocjan Caves)
19:00 – Dinner

Wednesday, 27  August
9:30 – Working session
13:00 – Lunch
15:00 – Walking excursion
19:00 – Dinner

Thursday,  28 August
9:30 – Working session
13:00 – Lunch
18:30 – Dinner
20:00 – The Golden Boat reading in Škocjan

Friday, 29 August
9:00 – Departure for Ljubljana
11:00 – The Golden Boat Reading at the Trubar Literary House in Ljubljana
18:00 – Departure for Škocjan
19:00 – Dinner

Saturday, 30  August
9:30 – Session on translating poetry
13:00 – Lunch
15:00 – Excursion to Tomaj or Vremščica
20:00 – Farewell Dinner

Sunday, 31  August
Departure after breakfast

Participants: Iztok Osojnik, Glorjana Veber, Gregor Podlogar, Andraž Polič, Tatjana Jamnik, Goran Potočnik Černe, Urška Černe Potočnik (all Slovenia), Ciaran O'Driscoll (Ireland), Marta Podgórnik (Poland), Fiona Sampson (UK), Francisco Larios (Nicaragua), Pauliina Haasjoki (Finland), Hiroshi Hasebe (Japan)

Zlati Čoln 2010