Serbian fiction in B O D Y

It’s Serbian Fiction Week in B O D Y so a good time to point out the Serbian writers who have already appeared in the magazine over the years.

There was an excerpt from Aleksandar Gatalica’s novel The Great War translated by Will Firth. An interview with Gatalica will appear in B O D Y later this week in which the writer discussed contemporary Serbian writing, his work as a translator of of classical Greek and the Serbian writers he recommends you read and/or get translated into English.

There was a short story from Serbian Romani writer Jovan Nikolić translated by Adam Siegel.

Another short story, “Fairground Magician” came from Jelena Lengold’s collection of the same name translated by Celia Hawkesworth.

And there was an excerpt from Hamam Balkania by Vladislav Bajac, translated by Randall A. Major.

Photo – Nikola Tesla and some zapping lighting.

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Categories: Magazines, Serbian Fiction Week

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