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Nataša Milas

Contributor

Nataša Milas

Nataša Milas is a scholar of Russian and South Slavic literature and film, and a translator from Bosnian, Croatian, and Serbian. Natasa was a guest editor of the journal Absinthe: New European Writing with a spotlight on Bosnia. Natasa’s essays and translations have been published in Slavic and East European JournalIn Contrast: Croatian Film TodayInTranslationBrooklyn RailAbsinthe, and Kino Kultura. She lives in New York City.

Articles by Nataša Milas

First Read—From “Transit Comet Eclipse”
By Muharem Bazdulj
The following is excerpted from the opening of Muharem Bazdulj’s Transit Comet Eclipse, three subtly linked novellas that take the reader across several centuries of Yugoslav history. Translated…
Translated by Nataša Milas
The World of Men and the World of Women
By Nataša Milas
Walter had no luck with women. He had tried to write monologues and essays on this subject, and had even pulled off a noteworthy sentence here and there, but on the whole he came up with only commonplaces,…
Translated from German
Multilingual
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