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“All of That” on film: an interview with director Branislav Milatovic

The short story “All of That” by Ognjen Spahić was featured in B O D Y’s Sunday European Fiction’s on June 30. It was also the basis for a short film by Montenegrin director Branislav Milatović that has appeared in film festivals throughout Europe, recently winning the Gjorgi Abadziev Award at Macedonia’s Asterfest international short […]

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Literary roundup: Russian literature’s new generation in New York and at B O D Y

During Book Expo America in New York there was an interesting discussion on the future of Russian literature, as reported in Russia Beyond The Headlines. Participants included Debut Prize director and author of the novel 2017 Olga Slavnikova, author of Thirst (reviewed on Literalab here) and The Lying Year (currently being read) Andrei Gelasimov and […]

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Murder Ink

The next two weeks of B O D Y’s Sunday European Fiction will be devoted to dark stories of crime and death. First up is the brutal opening of Polish crime writer Mariusz Czubaj’s novel 21:37, just published by Stork Press in a translation by Anna Hyde. This is the award-winning writer’s first book to […]

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