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ZiN Daily: Monthly Digest May 2017

Has your May been as busy as ours? Check out the news section of our monthly digest to find out what has been cooking @ ZiN (spoiler alert: mostly paper products!). And as far as authors from the Balkans are concerned the most important recent development is the first ever ZiN Awards for Poetry, Prose and Criticism. Although we'd very much like to include & reward poets, writers and critics from other languages, that would (at the moment) be far too ambitious. Nevertheless, we continue to look forward to new writing in any and all languages and hope to connect and intertwine them in many new translations - not unlike those we featured throughout the month of May.



Sredina: Daniel Radočaj

And We Still Eat Fruit: Donna Glee Williams

Story of a Picture: Anthony Labriola

Portugalski soneti: Elizabeth Barrett Browning​

Biser koji peče: razgovor s Tamarom Bakran povodom nove zbirke pjesama

Il divano in piazza: Dorta Jagić


Mother Tree: Paul DesCombaz

Kako glasati - priručnik: Max Winchester

Seasonal Soliloquies: Matthew Laffrade

Visual Art:

Ne-događaj: Neva Lukić

AmaZiNg Books:

Tri kavaljera frajle Melanije

ZiN News:

ZiN nagrade: Često postavljana pitanja, vol.1

Vera nevera

ZiN nagrade za književnost

We've Been Burnin' Weed

Dan od papira

Clean Up Yer Act!

Pjesnikinja Neva Lukić posjetila štićenike doma za starije u Ližnjanu

GIF Poetry:


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