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Dragoslava Barzut

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Dragoslava Barzut

Dragoslava Barzut (Crvenka, Novi Sad, 1984) is a writer and activist. She received a degree in comparative literature from the School of Philosophy at the University of Novi Sad, Serbia. Her collection of short stories, Zlatni metak (Narodna biblioteka "Jovan Popović" 2008) was awarded the Đura Đukanov prize in 2012. She received the Carver prize in 2011 for the best short story in the region in the “Izvan koridora” competition. Her poetry and prose has been published in a number of anthologies and journals. She edited the anthology Pristojan život: lezbejske kratke priče sa prostora ex Yu (Labris 2012) and was one of the editors of a collection of contemporary poetry from Novi Sad, Nešto je u igri (Centar za novu književnost – Neolit i Kulturni centar Novog Sada 2008). She is the editor of the web portal of Labris (labris.org.rs), a human rights organization that works to eliminate of all forms of violence and discrimination against lesbians and all women in general and to establish a more egalitarian society.

Articles by Dragoslava Barzut

The Death of My Parents in the Village
By Dragoslava Barzut
The funeral meal—all of the relatives and neighbors have come.I don’t know any of them.The death of my parents in the village, it played out long ago in the future.I cannot summon the memory.…
Translated from Serbian by Paula Gordon
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