Út was an activist magazine published in Hungarian in Novi Sad, Vojvodina from March 1922 until April 1925. Csuka Zoltán was the editor, Ember Zoltán was deputy editor and Velislav Spasic was editor-in-chief. The first issue was published under the title Út "activist magazine of literature and art". According to the subtitle of the third issue Út developed into "an organ of Yugoslav activists in the Hungarian language". In the third year of its publication, Út declared itself "an organ of new artists and writers within the Kingdom of Srbs, Croats and Slovenians". Út was supernationalistic in its fight for a new culture which gathered all new artists and writers." Út published poetry, translations, program texts, presentations, plays, studies and illustrations. It's collaborators were: Lajos Kassák, Sándor Barta, Árpád Láng, János Aranymu˝ves, Sándor Harasyti, János Mester, Istvan Tamás, Mikes Flóris, Dragan Aleksić, Milan Dedinac, Rade Drainac, Žarko Vasiljević, Stanislav Vinaver, Ljubomir Micić, Boško Tokin, Enrico Cavaccioli, Ivan Goll, Walter Hasenclever, Erns Toller, Georg Gross, Lászlo Moholy Nagy, Hans Richter, Mihajlo S. Petrov, Sava Šumanović, Robert Delaunay, Stefan Molnár, Sándor Bortnyik, Béla Uitz i dr.