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Katarina Sarić: Cruising Trough Hell

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I stand riven between an ex gaffer: "Don't babble!" and a future shaver: "LOL"

I count the present on the fingers on the prison rails on the knitting needles and my aunts' gobleins It will be over it will be over it will be over... tweets the cuckoo from my father's wall clock while a worn-out vinyl revolves I will stab her eyes with this needle Me. The spinster. (I will, I swear on my mother)

About the Author: Katarina Sarić (10.03.1976.) prof. of Slavic literature and philosophy, master student of political science, is Montenegrian civil rights activist and writer of socially engaged literature, designed for performance and theatre. She has published 12 books, most of which were translated and awarded and represented in numerous literature portals and platforms.


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