Cover art (C) Gojko Mitrović

Sea, Sun, Salt: Short Stories from Montenegro

Gligorije Dijak, 2022, ISBN 978-9940-22-052-5 (including the three new translations “Dedication” by Milovan Radojević, “Meeting Sylvia” by Jovanka Vukanović and “Spinster” by Aleksandar Ćuković)

A Novel of London

Novel by Miloš Crnjanski, Službeni glasnik, 2022, 892 pages, ISBN 9788651925033 (the second English edition)

Head Full of Joy

Collection of short stories by Ognjen Spahić, Dalkey Archive Press, 2018, 305 pages, ISBN 978-1628972733

Cover art (C) Nikša Eršek

Journey to Russia

Literary travelogue by Miroslav Krleža, Sandorf 2017, 242 pages, ISBN 978-953-351-029-3

World Literature Today

“White Dogs” by Milovan Radojević, “Koko and Raden” by Brano Mandić and “Leaving” by Slađana Kavarić in World Literature Today, March 2017

“Limb” 

by Robert Perišić, Come Here Often?, Black Balloon Publishing 2014, ISBN 978-1936787227

The Great War

Novel by Aleksandar Gatalica, Istros Books 2014, 414 pages, ISBN 978-1908236203
Shortlisted for the Oxford-Weidenfeld Translation Prize (2015) and longlisted for the IMPAC Dublin Literary Award (2015)

“Adios Cowboy” & “The New Testament”

by Olja Savičević Ivančević, Best European Fiction 2014, Dalkey Archive Press, Champaign/London 2013, ISBN 978-1564788986
by Lena Ruth Stefanović, Best European Fiction 2014, Dalkey Archive Press, Champaign/London 2013, ISBN 978-1564788986

“The Face” 

by Dragan Radulović, Best European Fiction 2013, Dalkey Archive Press, Champaign/London 2012, ISBN: 978-1564787927

Our Man in Iraq

Novel by Robert Perišić, Istros Books 2012, 260 pages, ISBN: 978-1908236043
US edition: Black Balloon Publishing 2013, 256 pages, ISBN: 978-1936787050

“Without Fear of Change” & “The Coming”

by Marija Knežević, Best European Fiction 2012, Dalkey Archive Press, Champaign/London 2011, ISBN 978-1564786807
Excerpt by Andrej Nikolaidis, Best European Fiction 2012, Dalkey Archive Press, Champaign/London 2011, ISBN 978-1564786807

Hansen’s Children

Novel by Ognjen Spahić, Istros Books 2011, 156 pages, ISBN: 978-1-908236-01-2
This novel was awarded the 2005 Meša Selimović Prize for the best new novel from Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro; in 2011 Spahić won the Ovid Festival Prize for outstanding young writers.

“relations”

“Plum Preserves” by Jasmila Žbanić, Leap into the City: Cultural Positions, Political Conditions. Seven Scenes from Europe, “relations” (a project initiated by the German Federal Cultural Foundation, Berlin), 2006, pp. 249-258

“relations”

Essays by Jasmina Husanović, Emir Imamović, Nebojša Jovanović and Andrea Zlatar plus an interview by Marina Gržinić, Leap into the City: Cultural Positions, Political Conditions. Seven Scenes from Europe, “relations” (a project initiated by the German Federal Cultural Foundation, Berlin), 2006, around 40 pages

Women in Black

Subtitle translations for Women in Black by Zoran Solomun, client: Zero Film, 1997