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Dragana Mladenović


Dragana Mladenovic © Zoran Jovanovic

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Dragana Mladenović, b. 1977, Frankenberg an der Eder/Germany, grew up in Serbia and studied Serbian literature and comparative literature at the University of Belgrade. She is a journalist and poet based in Pančevo near Belgrade.

Mladenović has published eight collections of poetry, since 2003, including Nema u tome nimalo poezije (tr.: There is no poetry in it, 2003), Tvornica (tr.: Factory, 2006) and Omot spisa (tr.: Cover, 2008), which interweave past and present and daily life in times of war. Her recent collection of poems Rodbina (tr.: Relatives, 2010) describes the fictional destiny of a Bosnian and Serbian family that both suffer from the impact of war. Furthermore, she published the poetry-novel Magda (2012), and a book of engaged poetry, Slova ljubve (tr.: Letters of Love, 2014), about hatred in Serbian society.

A number of Mladenović’s books have been translated into German, Swedish and Macedonian. Her poems have been published in several anthologies and magazines and she is the recipient of numerous awards.



Fabrika Knjiga
Belgrade, 2006

Omot spisa
Fabrika Knjiga
Belgrade, 2008

Fabrika Knjiga
Belgrade, 2010

Fabrika Knjiga
Belgrade, 2012

Slova Ijubve
Fabrika Knjiga
Belgrade, 2014

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