Agnica was sitting in a pink room that smelled sweet. Mama had sent her to the neighbors to get a bouquet. She accepted a plate of cake from Miss Jovanka.
John K. Cox
JOHN K. COX is a professor of 20th-century East European history at North Dakota State University in Fargo (USA). He translates modern literature from Serbian (BCMS), Hungarian, and several other languges of Central Europe and the Balkans.
Caterpillar by Dragana Mokan
Winter by Jasna Dimitrijević
translated from the Serbian by John K. Cox
Since I moved away to a bigger city, I seldom come back home. Only for holidays and the anniversaries of a few people’s deaths.
by Bojan Babić, translated from the Serbian by John K. Cox
She’s bellowing to herself as she sits on the little portable stool. Vendors are charged an arm and a leg to get into the antiques fair.