Rakija

Rakija is the traditional Serbian alcoholic drink one can’t easily forget. It is that strong that it can easily knock you down. My story “Rakija” was published in two amazing magazines: Madcap Review and The Raven Chronicles. https://madcapreview.com/issue-8/ana-vidosavljevic/ Home

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Statement on Beauty

Nightingales wake me up on a warm summer morning. The curtains wide open let the sun rays play with my hair which rests lazily on the pillow. I go outside and breathe in the dew-filled air. The soft music of leaves dancing with the light summer breeze complements lovely chords of the nightingale song. My […]

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A Violin Maker

Another beautiful magazine Quail Bell Magazine has published one of my short stories “A Violin Maker”. Thank you Gretchen Gales for the beautiful image! Art + Ideas = Magic http://www.quailbellmagazine.com/the-unreal/fiction-a-violin-maker-by-ana-vidosavljevic

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Mr. Madman’s House

“That’s what we storytellers do. We restore order with imagination. We instill hope again and again and again.” Setu: Bilingual Journal of Literature, Arts and Culture (Pittsburgh, USA) has published my story “Mr. Madman’s House”. I hope you will like it! http://www.setumag.com/2018/04/fiction-Ana-Vidosavljevic.html

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Why do we need heroes?

We live in the 21st century, in the world which is so small that you can easily call and talk to anyone in any country at any time. And you can even see that person though your phone or computer camera. And satellites which are somewhere high above our heads show everything to those who […]

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Zadusnice

To understand Serbian humour means to understand the way of life in Serbia. My story “Zadusnice: The Serbian All Souls’ Day” published in the magazine Talking Soup describes one small part of Serbian customs and tradition in a humours way. Read and comment: Zadusnice: The Serbian All Souls’ Day

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