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Miljenko Jergovic

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Miljenko Jergovic

Miljenko Jergovic was born in Sarajevo in 1966. A poet and journalist, he writes for the daily Oslobodjenje newspaper. In addition to Sarajevo Marlboro, he has written another collection of stories as well as two novels: Buick Riviera and Mama Leone. His work has been translated extensively throughout the world.

Articles by Miljenko Jergovic

Theft
By Miljenko Jergovic
In our garden there was an apple tree whose mouth-watering fruits could be seen from the upstairs window of the house next door. Our neighbors, Rade and Jela, used to go to the market to buy apples for…
Translated from Bosnian by Stela Tomasevic
Cactus
By Miljenko Jergovic
She was always afraid of missing the beautiful and important things in life. She traveled a lot, but more often she panicked because she was stuck at home. For some reason she always imagined that real…
Translated from Bosnian by Stela Tomasevic