Polip’s spread beyond Prishtina makes 2020 edition truly borderless
Literature festival explores change through new means of expression.
Reviewing ‘Mother Teresa: The Saint and Her Nation’
A look at Gëzim Alpion’s latest work on the world’s most famous Albanian.
Ian Bancroft: With north Kosovo the only obstacle is in your mind
Writer and diplomat speaks about his recent book on the north of Kosovo, dissolving misconceptions around the north and showing its humanity.
Aleksandar Hemon: The Balkans is just close enough to being Europe to perpetually fail at being Europe
One of the most acclaimed writers and thinkers of our times speaks on genocide denial, Western societal arrogance and a lifetime of displacement.
Ervina Halili: Rilindja is the only institution that has created a community of writers
The writer who created the Rilindja Archive speaks about the enterprise’s activity and the challenges she overcame while gathering material.
Fatal misunderstandings with reality
The Atlas of Pseudo-mythology, Svetislav Basara, Službeni Glasnik, Belgrade, 2018.
7 promising Balkan authors you may not have read
Literary critic looks at some regional writers who are making waves.