Stefan TićMi

Stefan TićMi: Borders are fiction

Modern man is constantly angry, he is unable to be harmless, he just babbles and rants. In addition to the ubiquitous fear of death or the latent fear of loneliness, it seems to me that he is most afraid of the possibility of appearing ridiculous. And being ridiculous can sometimes be healing.

Aleksandra Kolaković: Serbs in the Region and Diaspora are the First Image of Serbia

In the past and today, individuals have been that important link in cultural diplomacy. Scientists, artists and writers communicate in a specific way and have been, consciously or not, actors of cultural diplomacy. I will mention Nikola Tesla and Milutin Milanković, whose “stars” still have their brilliance, perhaps even more important for questions of identity, culture and politics today than in the past.
Davor Špišić
03.09.2019., Osijek - Osjecanin Davor Spisic visestruki je dobitnik Nagrade Marin Drzic. Nedavno je izdao novi roman pod naslovom Koser."nPhoto: Dubravka Petric/PIXSELL

Davor Špišić: We Must Have Time for the Downtrodden of the World

“Politics in our Balkan backwaters is a flaccid endlessness without escape, and the patterns keep repeating. That creates problems and errors in the imagination of us writers, for I cannot possibly invent characters like those that appear as the leaders of our nonexistent countries”
Uroš Krčadinac
Uroš krčadinac, foto: Ivona

Uroš Krčadinac: Our Language Is Influenced More by Google than by the Croatian or Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts

We need to become aware that our language and its practical, everyday use are influenced more by Google than by the Serbian or Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts and the most important universities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Croatia or Serbia. I wish our regional literatures saw this topic as more socially relevant than many that seem socially conscious but have, in fact, become boring to algorithms and people, says Uroš Krčadinac