Poetry by Milan Mumin in the Open Within Literature Week

One of the highlight events during the literature week of this year’s Kaleidoscope will be ‘Literature Nights by Milan Mumin’.

Famous singer from ‘Love Hunters’, an iconic band from Novi Sad, will introduce himself by reading his prose in English and Serbian. He will also do a gig, and his books ‘The Not-No Songs and ‘Fanatic’ will be presented to the audience.

On Thursday, 24 September from 8 p.m., at the Bici Oasis in front of the Caravan Cultural Station, behind the Rectorate building, creative work by Milan Mumin, winner of the October award, will be presented in a creative way. He gained this prestigious recognition with his years of work in the field of music, thus leaving an important mark in cultural and artistic life of Novi Sad.

Those who are willing to stay at home on Thursday night can follow the literature night by Milan Mumin online, via Facebook page of cultural stations. Bici Oasis is the space that was restored within the ‘New Places – Microgranting’ project of the ‘Novi Sad – European Capital of Culture’ Foundation in 2018.

Poetry book ‘Fanatic’ from 1998, as well as the book from 2002 that was published by ‘Prometej’ publishing house under the title ‘The Not-No Songs’, are the backbone of the project. Reading the poetry by Milan Mumin in English and Serbian, as well as the follow-up gig, will be a novelty for Novi Sad audience, and a new way of approach to young people and target groups interested in this type of art.

In addition to ‘October award for lifetime achievement and contribution to the culture of the city of Novi Sad’, recognition by the ‘Hollywood Reporter’ and ‘New York Time’ magazines for autobiographical film ‘Love Hunter’ are the proof of expertise and quality of the front man of the ‘Love Hunters’ band.

With over 3000 concerts across Europe and region, Milan Mumin has definitely showed and proved that he is a man that can meet expectations and communicate with the audience. The ‘Literature Nights by Milan Mumin’ project is one of the 42 projects that received funds within the public call for local artists and associations, within the ‘Artists. Now!’ project that aims at strengthening local cultural scene.