Saša Savanović

saša savanović

Saša Savanović (1986, Novi Sad) writes prose, essays and non-fiction. She has published stories and texts in numerous magazines and anthologies in the country and abroad. Her first novel, Deseti život (Tenth Life), has been shortlisted for the 2018 NIN Award. She is the co-author of several research publications. She works as an independent researcher and program editor.

Published by Partizanska knjiga: Novo Sada.

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Lisa Samuels

Lisa Samuels

Lisa Samuels is a transnational writer and artist. She’s the author of fourteen books, from The Seven Voices (1998) to Breach (2021), as well as many poetry chapbooks and influential essays on theories of the body, ethics, art and language. Lisa’s performance work, sound art and visual art has exhibited internationally, and she often collaborates with composers and movement artists. US born and having also lived in Europe, the Middle East, and Malaysia, Lisa is now in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Mekana Devojka is the first translation of her novel Tender Girl.

Published by Partizanska knjiga: Mekana devojka.

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Steve Sem-Sandberg

Stiv Sem Sandberg

Steve Sem-Sandberg was born in Oslo, Norway, in 1958. He is one of the most famous and recognized Swedish writers. He works as a literary critic for the leading newspaper Dagens Niheter in Stockholm. His novel The Emperor of Lies (Swedish: De fattiga i Łódź) won the most prestigious Swedish literary award, the August Prize, in 2009 and since then it has been translated into twenty-seven languages. The novel The Chosen Ones (Swedish: De utvalda) has also been successful. It received the Prix Médicis prize in France for the best translated novel in 2016 and the Prix Transfuge prize for the best European novel. His latest novel The Tempest (Swedish: Stormen) was published in 2016. He lives in Stockholm and Vienna.

Published by Partizanska knjiga: Izabrani.

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Will Self

Will Self

Will Self has written a number of fiction and non-fiction works, including the novel Umbrella, which was shortlisted for the Booker prize. he lives in London.

Published by Partizanska knjiga: BULezgarije.

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Gitta Sereny

Gitta Sereny (1921, Vienna, Austria – 2012, Cambridge, United Kingdom) was a journalist and writer of Hungarian-Austrian origin who spent her childhood in Vienna and England and was educated in France as well. She was fluent in three languages: English, German and French. When World War II began, she was studying in Paris, where she volunteered as a nurse in an organization that cared for abandoned children in occupied France. She worked as an interpreter for this organization, which led to significant contact with the German occupying forces. In the last years of the war, she joined the UNRRA organization and worked in displaced persons camps in Germany, where she personally witnessed the consequences of the Nazi regime on its victims.

In 1949, she married Don Honeyman, a photographer for the American magazine Vogue, and settled in London, where she raised a son and a daughter and began her journalistic career.

Her journalistic work was varied, but she mainly focused on topics related to the Third Reich and neglected children. She primarily wrote for the Daily Telegraph Magazine, Sunday Times, The Times, Independent and Independent on Sunday Review. She also published articles in numerous newspapers and magazines around the world.

She is the author of the novel The Medallion and the books The Invisible Children, which deals with prostitution, The Case of Mary Bell and Albert Speer: His Battle with Truth, which examines the Third Reich.

Published by Partizanska knjiga: Odlazak u tamu.

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Milica Sniva

Milica Sniva

Milica Sniva was born in Belgrade in 1986. She graduated social policy and social work from the Faculty of Political Sciences. A mother. Writes.

Published by Partizanska knjiga: Simptomi.

Website: milicasniva.com

Email: milicasniva@gmail.com

Srđan Srdić

Srđan Srdić

Srđan Srdić was born in Kikinda in 1977. He’s written five novels, two short-story collections and a book of essays. He’s won the following literary awards: Ulaznica (2007), Laza Lazarević (2009), Biljana Jovanović (2012), Edo Budiša (2012), and a scholarship from the Borislav Pekić Fund (2010). Srđan Srdić’s texts and books have been translated into English, German, Ukrainian, Macedonian, Romanian, Slovenian, Albanian and Hungarian. He lives in Mikronaselje, next to Kikinda.

Published by Partizanska knjiga: Srebrna magla pada, Satori, Ljubavna pesma, Autosekcija.

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Dragoljub Stanković

Dragoljub Stanković

Dragoljub Stanković was born in Jagodina in 1971. He’s a poet, critic, interviewer, columnist, prose writer, editor. He’s written for the portal E-novine, the feuilleton Beton, the newspaper Danas, for a number of literary magazines, and for the Radio Belgrade Third Channel. He’s written three books of poetry: Pesme jednog dana (KOV, 2005), Barka tela (KOV, 2010) and S onu stranu noći (Levo krilo, 2014). He lives in Belgrade.

Published by Partizanska knjiga: Beogradski kiklop, Pohvala slabosti.

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Alexander Trocchi

Alexander Trocchi

Alexander Trocchi was born in Glasgow in 1925, the son of a Scottish mother and an Italian father. After one year of studying at Glasgow University, he was called up for war service in 1943, and joined the Royal Navy. He returned to complete his degree three years later. Afterwards he travelled in Europe, and settled down in Paris, where he edited Merlin, an avant-garde literary journal. He also started his writing career, producing work for the controversial publisher Olympia Press, including the first version of Young Adam in 1954. His lifelong drug habit began in this period. He then moved to the US, settling first in New York City, where he worked on a scow on the Hudson River, then in California, where the Beat community had relocated. It was during this time that he wrote possibly his most famous novel, Cain’s Book (1961). He moved to London in the 1960s, where he more or less ceased his writing activities and remained until his death in 1984.

Published by Partizanska knjiga: Mladi Adam.

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Ljiljana D. Ćuk

Ljiljana Ćuk

Ljiljana D. Ćuk was born in Zrenjanin in 1982. She graduated from the Faculty of Philology. She works in digital marketing. Some of her writings have been published. When she isn’t online, she plays music. She lives in Belgrade. Dreams about Berlin.

Published by Partizanska knjiga: Neki drugi, Uslovi nisu bitni.

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