FROM PRISHTINA WITH LOVE (AGAIN)

Vladimir Arsenijević (b. 1965 in Pula, Croatia, SFR Yugoslavia) is an awarded and internationally acclaimed Serbian writer, translator, editor and publicist. He won the 1994 NIN-award for his...

“PARASHUTA”, by Edi Hila

Edi Hila was born in Shkoder in 1944. Hila studied painting at the National Academy of Art in Tirana until 1967. Around...

“The Cyclist”, by Dado Djuric

Dado, born Miodrag Đurić in 1933 in Cetinje, Montenegro, chose as an artistic pseudonym the pet name given him by his mother,...

Where politics ends, culture starts

By Amila Kahrović-Posavljak December is probably the liveliest cultural month in Bosnia and Herzegovina. After the summer vacations and...

Transpositions between Poetry and Music

By Gonca Özmen Gonca Özmen was born in Burdur, Turkey, in 1982. She studied English Language and Literature at Istanbul...

On the Right Side of the Sea

By Alek Popov Alek Popov (born Sofia, Bulgaria, 1966) is a leading Bulgarian writer, author...