Gonca Özmen/ Ekphrasis: A Way to Connect Us with the Other

Gonca Özmen was born in Burdur, Turkey, in 1982. She studied English Language and Literature at Istanbul University, receiving an MA in 2008 and...

EARTH

On November 26, an earthquake struck Albania which was so powerful that people felt its tremors in Bosnia and Bulgaria. Albania was the epicentre and...

COMMUNICATING VESSELS

Are the Balkans part of Europe? This question is not simply about geography. Nor is it just about membership or the prospect of membership...

Ferida Duraković/ WAS THE WAR BETTER?

  Ferida Durakovic (Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina) graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy. Her first collection of poems, published in 1977, earned two literary awards for the...

Thomas Tsalapatis/ Crisis in poetry and poetry in the crisis

  Thomas Tsalapatis was born in 1984 in Athens. He studied at the Department of Theatrical Studies of the Philosophical Faculty of the Kapodistrian University of Athens....

Andrej Nikolaidis/ SNITCH ON YOU NEIGHBOR

  Andrej Nikolaidis was born in 1974 in Sarajevo, to a mixed Montenegrin-Greek family. In 1992, following the breakout of ethnic strife in Bosnia that soon evolved...