Monday, April 27, 2015

Monday, April 20, 2015

The Tale That Killed Emily Knorr

Dizajn za dvojezičnu knjigu (na engleskom i srpskom) Milorada Pavića - Priča koja je ubila Emiliju Knor
Pored toga što je izašla u elektronskom izdanju na Kindlu, pre nekoliko dana pojavila se i u tvrdom povezu, u izdanju Derete, Beograd, Srbija
 
"Da li je vrhunac pripovedačkog umeća priča koja može da izmeni ustaljene odnose u svetu? Priča koja može da ubije i da, u pejzažima snova proze Milorada Pavića, bude ubijena. Da li su se Emiliji Konor na sudbinskim putevima, kao kob, prokletstvo ili blagoslov, ukazale priče Milorada Pavića ili je pisac želeo da samo napiše romansiranu autobiografiju. Proza koja je u isto vreme i priča i roman, lek i otrov..." 

 
Cover design for bilingual book (in English and Serbian) by Milorad Pavić - The Tale That Killed Emily Knorr.
E-book can be ordered via amazon.com
and recently published hardcover in Dereta publishing house, Belgrade, Serbia
 
"This book is is bilingual. When read from one side, it is written in English. When flipped over and read from the other side, it is written in Serbian. Is the peak of a story-teller's art a tale that can change the standing order of the world? A tale that can kill, and which, in dreamy landscapes of Milorad Pavic's prose, can be killed. Did Pavic's tales find Emily Knorr on her destiny's road as a coincidence, a curse or a blessing, or the author just wanted to write a romanced autobiography? Prose which is at the same time a tale and a novel, a cure and a poison..."
 


 

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

9th Belgrade Poetry and Book Festival Poster | Poezija je neprekidna svežina sveta


Poster for the international 9th Belgrade Poetry and Book Festival, from 6th till 9th May 2015.
with the verse by Serbian poet Dušan Matić:
Poezija je neprekidna svežina sveta / Poetry is the continuous freshness of the world 

Organizer: Treći Trg, Belgrade, Serbia.