Diana Badica and Stefan Nita 18. march 2018, Hotel Bjelašnica at 12:30

Diana Badica, born on 8th August 1985 in Slatina, a small town from the south of Romania. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Social Work. However, her main interest is writing. Her first novel was published in 2011 in ‘Observator cultural’, a Romanian cultural paper. Since then, she has collaborated with other journals like ‘Dilema Veche’, ‘Decât o Revistă’, ‘Iocan’ and ‘Revista Familia’. Her first poetry book was released in 2014 and was focused on a young girl facing multiple failure experiences – Thousands of mornings, Enșpe mii de dimineți. She was also part of a collective novel published in 2014 – Santa Claus&co, Moș Crăciun&co. Like to observe and write about things. This is the reason why she did an enormous amount of research, and been to many places encountered persons who made her believe that listening to a story may change your life. Part of her research is made with her colleague.


George-StefanNita born on 6th March1985 in Slatina, the same small town from the south of Romania. He studied Ethnology and Anthropology at the University of Bucharest and the University of Bordeaux. In the last years, he participated at multiple poetry festival in Romania. He is a Romanian poet and his manuscript “Tata nu are cal” (My father doesn’t own a horse) won the 4th edition of the national poetry contest “Alexandru Musina”. The manuscript follows the complicated dynamics between his parents and the absurdity of everyday life situations.