Olja Savicevic

  SINGER IN THE NIGHT   (an excerpt)     Singer in the Night A novel by Olja Savičević Translated from the Croatian...
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Ilija Durovic

Dr. Kaluđerović is an otolaryngologist—or rather he was, now he’s just a tangle of bone and fiber on a filthy bed—who operated on Milena and made her hear again several months before her death.

Vladimir Kozlov

Igor came out of the living room. There was a lipstick smudge on his cheek. “She didn’t get it, still didn’t get it, and then she forgot it,” he said. He put his arm around Natasha’s waist and led her back into his room.

Tomaz Salamun

My great-grandmother milled an old man / and swallowed him. -- two new poems by Tomaž Šalamun

Ognjen Spahic

It’s difficult to talk about death. And even more difficult to explain to a child the ceremony and rituals which go with it in this rotten country. I was six when my father was killed. Just like for him, the words around me hinted at the tears to come.

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