Zoran Malkoc

Zoran Malkoc

Born 1967 in Nova Gradiška. Author and antique dealer. Novel Kad progutaš brdo balona (VBZ, Zagreb 2004), short story collection Groblje manjih careva (Profil 2010). Short stories published in anthology Ekran price 02 and newspapers (Vijenac, Vecernji List). 2009 Ranko Marinkovic Short Story Award for When I was Nana Pila, dead, but in my prime.

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Cemetary of lesser emperors

Profil International, Zagreb 2010
Short Stories, 195 pp.

If you´re trying to figure out how to talk about war´s ramifications without mentioning war, you may want to read this.

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Profil International, Zagreb 2010
Short Stories, 195 pp.

If you´re trying to figure out how to talk about war´s ramifications without mentioning war, you may want to read this.

Thre stories translated into English:

When I Was Nana Pila, Dead, But in My Prime (Ranko Marinkovic Short Story Award 2009)
Celentano’s Bestiary
How Little Sleepy Death Dumped Me

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Zoran Malkoc, Cemetary of lesser emperors

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