The first book of the "33 books for another Belarus" has been published. It can be freely downloaded from the diaphanes website:
This unique anthology of the Belarusian experimental drama of the late 20th and early 21st centuries is a multifaceted publication. It gives a vivid idea of the development of a particular field of Belarusian drama and theatre associated with bold aesthetic searching, unconventional writing strategies and stage productions, and creating peculiar models of artistic universes. The book is based on Nietuteishyia ('Non-Natives'), a collection of plays prepared for publication in the late 1990s–early 2000s by representatives of the Boom-Bam-Lit literary and artistic movement. That edition never saw the light of day. The modern one includes supplements: a thorough literary study of Belarusian theatrical and dramatic process in the global context, art manifestos, a chronicle of cultural life, its active participants' comments, photographs of literary, artistic, and theatrical actions, and other documents. The anthology is addressed to different readers, from specialists in the field of contemporary art to amateurs interested in its original versions.