Aleksandar Prokopiev: CHRONYSTERIC, TRIBUNE, CLOWN

  Aleksandar Prokopiev, born in 1953 in Skopje, is one of he most well-known Macedonian writers. He graduated in 1977 at the University of Belgrade...

 Thomas Symeonidis: ON ART: Draft for a pocket aesthetic tractatus

  Thomas Symeonidis (Thessaloniki, 1977) studied architecture at the National School of Architecture in Paris (Val-de-Seine) and engineering at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He pursued...

Andro Martinović: When everything else is put aside, culture remains

  Interview by Amila Kahrović-Posavljak Andro Martinović - Graduated World Literature and Film and TV Directing. Director of the Montenegrin Cinematheque. Professor at the UDG and...

Burhan Sönmez: The Yellow East, The White West

Burhan Sönmez is the author of four novels, which have been translated into forty languages. He was born in Turkey and grew up speaking...

Vladislav Bajac: Before the beginning

Vladislav Bajac is a Serbian author, translator, and publisher. He was born in Belgrade in 1954 and later studied philology at the University of...

Bashkim Shehu: THE UNHOLY TRINITY OF NEW MEDIA, POST-TRUTH AND POPULISM

  Bashkim Shehu is an Albanian fiction writer, who lives in exile in Barcelona. Many of his books have been published in Albania and some...